Joe Hirsch hosts I Wish They Knew, a podcast where business and educational leaders share a big idea they wish others knew more about.
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For many organizations, the future of work is hybrid, but that doesn’t mean a return to the office should bring back old assumptions about how work gets done. Managing a work-from-anywhere world requires a more strategic plan, says Dr. Alexandra Samuel. In this episode, Alexandra shares tips on how leaders can adopt a team-based approach to managing remote schedules, optimize tasks for the home and office, and develop opportunities for “punctuated collaboration” that supports work flow and people’s strengths.
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Dr. Alexandra Samuel is a speaker, data journalist and tech writer. She is the co-author (with Robert Pozen) of Remote, Inc: How To Thrive at Work….Wherever You Are. She is regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal, The Harvard Business Review, Medium’s Forge and JSTOR Daily, and has written for many other outlets, including Macworld, Oprah.com, The Atlantic.com, The Toronto Star and CBC Radio. In addition to her data-driven stories for media outlets, Alexandra works with customer experience giant Sprinklr as the data journalist on the annual Forbes report on The World’s Most Influential CMOs.