The mobile workforce is making its way into every sector of our economy. Bolstered by technology, today’s workforce is Skyping from their kitchen tables and managing projects from Starbucks. Entire departments are working from home or on the road, saving their companies money, driving productivity, reducing our carbon footprint, and creating flexible work environments that lead to higher job satisfaction.
But what are the cybersecurity threats? How do you manage out-of-sight workers? Is it fair to flex with some positions, while others are tethered to their cubicles? How does it impact culture?
Get the answers. Join ATC Co-Founder & Managing Partner, David Goodwin at the Goering Center’s second Core Member Breakfast of 2017, “Going Mobile: Build a 21st Century Workforce that Really Works.” Goodwin will be on a panel led by business technologist and Ft. Wright mayor, Dave Hatter.
Going Mobile: Build a 21st Century Workforce that Really Works
03.15.17 | 7:30 – 9:30 a.m. | Sharonville Convention Center
Learn how to navigate the three Cs of the 21st Century workplace – culture, connectivity, and cybersecurity:
- Protect yourself from cyber threats
- Make the managerial shift – from productivity to outcomes
- Get guidelines and policies to help you communicate the rules
- Hear teleworker best practices that can positively impact your culture