Three elements of remote work are significantly impacted by the current situation.

1: Time-Spatial

2: Media-Technology

3: Politics-Promotion

For many reasons, the amount of control we do or don't have across these three dimensions is unique during COVID-19.

Some of this uniqueness is positive - some people are reporting they are more focused, and have more freedom and flexibility than ever before.

Some of this uniqueness is negative - some people are feeling isolated, overwhelmed, and demotivated as they grapple with poor ergonomics, unsuitable choice and usage of technologies, and the loss of all informal information exchange.

In the comments is a link to our full report on these phenomena, which focuses on the lived-experience of WFH in larger organisations across the world. We:

(a) apply established theory to cutting-edge deep-learning technologies that capture what people are really experiencing, thinking and feeling about WFH, and

(b) explain what impact that will have on productivity, innovation and engagement in the longer-term.

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How can you use information about WFH during COVID-19 to prepare for a post-pandemic future?

Three elements of remote work are significantly impacted by the current situation.


1: Time-Spatial

2: Media-Technology

3: Politics-Promotion


For many reasons, the amount of control we do or don't have across these three dimensions is unique during COVID-19.


Some of this uniqueness is positive - some people are reporting they are more focused, and have more freedom and flexibility than ever before.


Some of this uniqueness is negative - some people are feeling isolated, overwhelmed, and demotivated as they grapple with poor ergonomics, unsuitable choice and usage of technologies, and the loss of all informal information exchange.


In the comments is a link to our full report on these phenomena, which focuses on the lived-experience of WFH in larger organisations across the world. We:


(a) apply established theory to cutting-edge deep-learning technologies that capture what people are really experiencing, thinking and feeling about WFH, and


(b) explain what impact that will have on productivity, innovation and engagement in the longer-term.