Talk topic: Hybrid and Remote Teamwork Management
Hybrid and Remote Teamwork Management
A sudden shift to remote work and hybrid, as well as virtual team management, resulting from the obvious circumstances, makes learning best practices more important than ever. How do large organizations, which have been relying on remote work for years, do it? What specific organizational solutions do they introduce? What works in reality, and what works only on paper? Which from the seemingly great solutions can lead to trouble? What kind of long-term effects do we need to watch for? In the talk, best practices from Silicon Valley and the leading knowledge-intensive organizations will be covered.
Dariusz Jemielniak is a full professor of management, the head of the Center for Research on Organizations and Workplaces (CROW), and a founder of New Research on Digital Societies (NeRDS) group at Kozminski University. But also a faculty associate Berkman-Klein Center for Internet and Society, at Harvard University. His interests revolve about critical management studies, open collaboration projects (such as Wikipedia or F/LOSS), narrativity, storytelling, knowledge-intensive organizations, virtual communities, organizational archetypes, all studied by interpretive and qualitative methods. In 2015, he was elected to the Wikimedia Foundation board of trustees.