Implementing smarter working initiatives has been a top priority for the public sector for the last few years.
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated some of these initiatives and meant that the workforce had to make significant adjustments at an unprecedented speed. Both central and local government have proved that staff can work flexibly and in an agile way from home.
However, as we look towards the recovery phase of the crisis, we ask our panel from Defence Infrastructure Organisation, Portsmouth City Council, GoTo by LogMeIn and The Agile Organisation how we should plan to return to work safely, and how to maintain business continuity and workforce morale during this time of change?
Managing Director, The Agile Organisation
Head of Facilities Management, Portsmouth City Council
Smarter Working Lead, Defence Infrastructure Organisation
IT Team Lead, GoTo by LogMeIn
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This webinar is just a part of what the GovNet Estates series has to offer.
Join us in November for the Smart Estates & Workforce Summit, to meet our speakers, network with peers and continue the discussion how government is changing its properties to embrace more flexible working and to help improve public services.