A new world of work.
If the future of work was a destination, we’ve arrived.
To navigate this new world of work, we need to reimagine how work is done, from enabling remote work to connecting work to goals to keeping teams productive and engaged. We know you’re feeling the effects of these unprecedented, unanticipated changes to work. We feel them too. To support you, we’re curating our most helpful work management resources based on our experience helping thousands of global teams transform work. Let’s #workboldly together.
Work leadership conversations: John Paul Mitchell Systems
Listen to Workfront CEO Alex Shootman's conversation with Phil Oster, VP of Technology at John Paul Mitchell Systems, about how JPMS made an extraordinary pivot to create a $4 million stimulus package to support its salon partners.
Work leadership conversations: JLL
Listen to Workfront CEO Alex Shootman's conversation with Elizabeth Volini, JLL Technologies Enterprise PMO lead, on how transparency and resilience during crisis resulted in remote work success.
Power remote work.
Building a collaborative workforce from the ground up or supporting an existing one under new and uncertain circumstances isn’t just a must for the sake of business continuity and bottom lines; it’s a must for employee engagement and experience.
SVP of people and culture Laura Butler contributes to a list of actions companies can take to transition to a remote workforce, from choosing a video conferencing platform to adopting a policy of transparency.
Learn how to establish an assignment protocol; store documents/assets; use collaboration tools; break tasks into subtasks; schedule live check-ins; and make feedback and recognition a priority.
The first in a series of reports written to help businesses mitigate the risks caused by COVID-19 disruption, 451 Research focuses on how to power a remote workforce. Read this report to learn about tools that support the shift to virtual work.
Working remotely has a lot of benefits, but takes a certain kind of culture to pull off. Learn from CEOs who are leading distributed teams that are productive and enjoy their work.
Remote work is here to stay. These tips will help you dress for telecommuting success, from managing distributed teams to harnessing technology to increase collaboration.
Get insights from work management visionaries.
Ready or not, the future of work is here. Work management leaders offer insights on how to approach work in our new digital age.
“Being present isn’t limited to just being at a physical location. Through technology, we can connect with others, share insights, and be productive.”
- Adrian Chang, Senior director of customer engagement, Informatica
SVP of people and culture Laura Butler says, “We are going to have to create new ways of establishing that sense of community and doing that online. Not everyone has the tools or the skills to manage that effectively virtually.”
Knowledge workers around the world are still looking for a better solution to work challenges. Learn from Marketing VP Jada Balster four ways to embrace the future of work, like embracing nimbleness.
Laura Butler called it when she predicted a boom in remote work. In a 2019 Global Workplace Survey, 80% of respondents said they’d turn down a job that didn’t offer flexible work.
Remote work champion Adrian Chang answers questions about how to prepare for the future of work, how to know when you’ve arrived, and what leaders should know to thrive.
Futurists make predictions about how work is changing, like work-life balance turning into work-life integration. “Work is life and life is work, all organized by your purpose.”
One key to surviving in our digital transformation age? Flexible work, from when and where employees work to how teams collaborate. “Proximity does not always equal connectedness.”
Support virtual work with culture and tech.
Supporting a modern workforce starts with a culture of trust and accountability, and workplace tech that reflects how individuals want to work.
“Communicate, communicate, communicate. By email, video, slack. Be transparent—don’t try to spin things. Employees want authenticity and the truth.”
- Laura Butler, SVP of people and culture
The work universe just pivoted from physical work to digital work, seemingly overnight. The Eudaimonia Machine can help us master this unprecedented shift to virtual work.
SVP of people and culture Laura Butler explains why culture is the heart of preparedness that helps leaders avoid risk, capture opportunity, and exceed modern workforce expectations.
In a world where virtual work is a new norm, leading with transparency can help you create a culture of trust, collaboration, and innovation (and avoid a culture where everyone looks over their shoulder and refuses to try new things).
Work today is a digital experience. HR leaders need to ask themselves this: is my organization harnessing technology in a way that empowers people to do their best work, or is our tech stack putting additional barriers in their way?
IDC MarketScape Names Workfront a Leader in Work Management
According to the report: "Workfront is a robust, collaborative, and dynamic work management platform." The IDC MarketScape report provides advice for business leaders who are researching and evaluating work management solutions. To learn why IDC recommends Workfront, download the report.