Challenges of remote working in P3M – addressing them successfully


Challenges of remote working in P3M – addressing them successfully


Starting 16 March 2021 12:30 through to 16 March 2021 13:30

The COVID-19 crisis has massively expanded the use of remote working tools. We explore the benefits and challenges using systems thinking techniques.

Covid-19 has forced much office work to be done remotely and has hot-housed remote working. Many individuals and organisations have recognised the benefits of remote working and expect it to continue post-Covid-19. However, there are down-sides, principally concerned with performance management of teams, mental health, suitability of the home environment and the loss of business creativity.

This webinar uses systems thinking techniques to explore the factors involved in remote working performance using published experiences from a range of organisations to understand “the agony and the ecstasy”; the scope of the factors involved and their interactions.

It concludes with recommendations for balancing these to achieve sustainable and healthy high-performance remote working in a project management context.

This follows on from the APM System Thinking SIG’s popular webinar using system thinking techniques to understand the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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