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Executive Courses: Executive education helps leaders navigate the virtual world of work


As the pandemic continues to evolve, the fate of the workplace remains uncertain. There are strong arguments on both sides in favour of remote and office-based models; many organisations appear to be planning for hybrid working.

“Traditionally, some managers frowned on people who were not visible a lot of the time in an office, but that has changed with remote and hybrid working. So managers need to have a laser-like focus on productivity and results rather than form and visibility.” says Philip Stiles, Associate Professor in Corporate Governance at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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