Work Futurist on Global Operations and Team Collaboration

Work is changing, how can technology help us make the transition?
Work Futurist on Global Operations and Team Collaboration

Where and how we work hasn't changed since the early 1900's. New technologies have been introduced and enabled us to be more productive in our office environments year on year.

Now more people than ever are working from home, from their kitchens, from the beds, and even abroad. This is the first behavioural change to work in a century, and thought leaders like Atlassian's in-house Work Futurist, Dominic Price, are thinking about how we make the most of this new relationship with our work.

Learn more about how espresso Displays, Atlassian and other brands are paving the way forward for companies to truly embrace remote working and leverage the newfound opportunities on offer.

For a quick breakdown of highlights, here is a topline summary of the amazing insights that Dominic shared in this video interview.

  1. Activating Future Imaginations: Rather than merely conceptualising the future of work, the focus should be on enabling individuals and organizations to actively engage with and implement new ways of working.

  2. Reimagining Work Systems: The pandemic offered a glimpse into the potential of reimagined work systems. Embracing change in how businesses operate can lead to increased efficiency and effectiveness.

  3. Balancing Efficiency with Effectiveness: Finding the right balance between transactional efficiency and high-fidelity engagement is crucial, especially in distributed work environments. Utilising tools that facilitate both synchronous and asynchronous communication can enhance productivity.

  4. Enhancing Connection in Distributed Teams: Building and maintaining meaningful connections in distributed teams requires innovative solutions beyond traditional methods. Tools like Loom and espresso Displays facilitate high-fidelity communication and collaboration, reducing the cognitive load on individuals.

  5. Prioritizing Usability and Experience: Hardware and software solutions must prioritize usability and provide a seamless user experience to effectively support new ways of working. Tools like espresso, with solid form factors and intuitive interfaces, contribute to a smoother transition to distributed work environments.

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