The workplace, workforce, and work of the future will be fundamentally different as a result of the pandemic, but that doesn’t mean worse:
- Knowledge workers have more flexibility in how and where they work
- Organizations attract more diverse and global talent
- Organizations and individuals have the opportunity to discover new ways of working
Zoom partnered with MIT Sloan Management Review on a collection of articles focused on collaboration, culture, and creativity in the modern workplace to help organizations discover new ways of working while maintaining a creative, collaborative team.
One of those articles, “Virtual Collaboration Won’t Be the Death of Creativity,” by Leigh Thompson explains how hybrid and remote work can actually enhance virtual-group creativity.
“The shift to remote work actually has the potential to improve group creativity and ideation, despite diminished in-person communication.” Leigh Thompson in “Virtual Collaboration Won’t Be the Death of Creativity"