During July we ran an 'IT and digital learning' survey to help participants think about their own and their teams' IT and digital career aspirations, learning paths, and COVID-19's impact on these. At the same time we were keen to continuously improve how we help IT and digital professionals and teams learn in a rapidly changing world.
This article is republished from my original Remote working is all about the people post in LinkedIn.
Given that most of New Zealand is being forced to work in completely new ways, I wanted to share with you some of our insights and things that we have learned about remote working. We have had staff remote working for years; but have had to make some changes because now the whole business is doing it at the same time.
This article is a modified version of my original Collaborate to Innovate - 5 tips to help you and your team work-from-home post in LinkedIn.
We live and work in times of extraordinary and unpredictable change that can disrupt daily life and threaten business survival. Often we think of disruption as being caused by technological advancement or radical new business models, but as we’ve all experienced it can just as easily come from natural disasters (such as the Christchurch or Kaikoura earthquakes) or pandemics.
Last week I presented on the topic 'Digital business analysis - thinking differently in the age of digital disruption' at the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) meet-up in Wellington.
We were thrilled on Wednesday to have Michael Sahota and Audree Tara of Toronto-based Agilitrix work with the Equinox IT team on Agile leadership and culture. Michael and Audree partner with Equinox IT to deliver the full two-day Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) training course in New Zealand and had just completed a sold-out course in Wellington the two days prior.