Coronavirus: How to Maintain a Productive, Connected Culture When Transitioning to Remote Work

About the Author
Larry English

Larry English is Centric’s President. He is a seasoned consulting executive, having served in executive roles for both private and public consulting firms. Larry’s early experience was architecting systems for Fortune 100 companies at Accenture. He then went on to help develop a Columbus-based consulting company, POV Partners, which was acquired by Whittman-Hart. Defining company strategy and studying trends for future success are central to Larry’s role today.

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Together we will get through this.

As you take common sense precautions to protect yourself, your family and your business from the impact of COVID-19, we’ve compiled some tips, tools and techniques to help you better collaborate, communicate and work from anywhere.

In our portal, you can learn how to work better virtually, weather crisis challenges, shift to a modern workplace, foster a remote culture, maintain productivity and be a great leader.

 

Implement a Free Trial of Microsoft Teams 

If your organization doesn’t already have Microsoft Teams, you can now sign up for a free six-month trial, which Microsoft is offering in response to the increased need for remote work. As a Managed Gold Competency Partner, we are partnering with Microsoft to help roll this out nationwide.  

Want to better understand how to transform your organization to a more remote or virtual workforce without losing efficiency, effectiveness, and engagement?

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