Remote and Hybrid Work: What Now?

The last three years have been a period of massive disruption, work has changed, and we are still figuring out what the future could be.

There is no "new normal" - every organisation, every team, and every person will need to continually evolve to find the balance of remote, in-person, synchronous, and asynchronous that will be best for them.

In this track, we will show how some organisations are learning and adapting and how to keep mental wellness front and centre.

We will also discuss how to find ways to engage our people to create a great culture without creating any out-groups and how leaders need to show up and explore how immersive 3D environments might be part of our future.


From this track

Session

The Interaction Between the Hybrid and Remote Working Revolution and Maintaining Our Mental Health

For many professionals within the technology sector, the way in which we work with one another is changing at a phenomenal rate.

Helen Bartimote, C.Psychol

Principal Psychologist @Container Solutions,

Session

Skills Leaders Need to Build to Lead Effectively in the Remote/Hybrid World

Details coming soon.

Erica Farmer

Co-Founder and Business Director @Quantum Rise Talent Group Ltd

Date

Wednesday Mar 29 / 10:00AM PDT

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Track Host

Shane Hastie

Global Delivery Lead for SoftEd and Lead Editor for Culture & Methods at InfoQ.com

Shane leads the Culture and Methods editorial team for InfoQ.com where he hosts the weekly InfoQ Culture Podcast. He is the Global Delivery Lead for SoftEd.  

Over the last 30+ years Shane has been a practitioner and leader of developers, testers, trainers, project managers and business analysts, helping teams to deliver results that align with overall business objectives. He has worked with large and small organisations, from individual teams to large transformations all around the world. He draws on over 3 decades of practical experience across all levels of Information Technology and software intensive product development. Shane was a director of the Agile Alliance from 2011 to 2016 and was the founding Chair of Agile Alliance New Zealand. Shane is an ICF registered Professional Coach. 

“I firmly believe that humanistic way of working and the agile mindset are desperately needed in organisations all around the globe today. Taking agile values and principles beyond software is important and making sure they are properly embedded is absolutely crucial for success – we’re in an industry that touches every aspect of people’s lives and massively influences society as a whole and I want to be a part of making sure that industry is both ethical and sustainable.”

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