601 The Way We Work Now: How Technology is Shaping Productivity of the Expanded Remote Workforce

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Thursday, May 28

A lot of us have been working from home. Many may still be. Over the past few months, a lot has been learned about what it means to work remotely. The pros, the cons, the kids, the cats, dogs, husbands, and hopefully only a few snafus. While many people thought they knew what it meant to work remotely, the surprises were fairly common and actually not that hard to solve with technology that exists today.

In this session you'll dig into the ways you can adapt, prepare, and mobilize your workforce with the latest technology. We'll unpack the benefits of remote access learning, collaboration tools, security threats from home, and new equipment and software purchases.

Matthew Brown

Chief People & Culture Officer

Schoox

Matthew Brown is the chief people and culture officer at Schoox. With nearly 20 years in IT, HR, and L&D, Matthew has managed complex HR and IT enterprise SaaS solutions, training initiatives, and program rollouts. Today he blends people, processes, and technology to better connect HR, learning, and talent development to create a positive and engaging corporate culture.

TJ Coyle

Chief Operating Officer

Pharmazan

TJ Coyle is a consultant, investor, and the acting COO of Pharmazan. Prior to Pharmazam, Coyle was the CLO of Alphanumeric Systems. Other positions Coyle held include VP of business development for Intelladon and enterprise account executive at Element K—both of which created state-of-the art L&D solutions for many large organizations.

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