Telework is defined as the organizational process where work is done at one workspace, while the value is generated in another. That is why both in-house and home-office business processes might be organized as telework.
All organizations develop telework in some way. Between 50% and 90% of the work of a CEO, depending on the type of business, is telework.
The explosion of IT, communications, Internet, unicist logic and conceptual engineering established a new technological framework for telework that is now catalyzed by the needs of the 4th Industrial Revolution and the coronavirus crisis.
We consider that this opens the possibility of structuring telework in a way that allows managing the coronavirus crisis but also installs a counter-cycle that helps introducing the organizational adaptability fostered by the technologies of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Telework will be from now on part of most organizational cultures.
Companies Culture in Telework Processes
The development of telework requires strengthening the culture of an organization. Most people see the values of a culture in the materialistic aspects of the environment. To avoid that telework weakens the culture of an organization it is necessary to introduce a superior ethics to integrate people. If not, telework will end in an outsourcing process based on individual workers.
The following example of bestseller building is a way to sustain the culture of a publishing firm that works in a telework environment.
The use of tools that ensure that participants share the concept of an organization ensures the achievement of results and reinforces its culture. At a managerial level, the introduction of binary actions provides a superior level of functionality in business processes. It allows building a culture where people share the concepts of what is being done which drives towards full commitment. Learn more
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