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Examine the implications of workplace modality decisions informed by cutting-edge research from Stanford GSB faculty and best practices from peers.

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers are grappling with how to design a workplace that maximizes productivity and employee satisfaction. Should it be remote, in-person, or hybrid? What are the implications of these modalities on communication, culture, collaboration, and productivity?

Remote, Office, or Hybrid Workplaces? Navigating the Tradeoffs will help you think deeply and intentionally about the future of the workplace, informed by research from Stanford GSB faculty and real-world experiences from fellow participants. You will explore the inherent tradeoffs of key decisions, discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different workplace designs, and work directly with faculty and peers as you think about an actionable plan for your organization. It’s a first-of-its-kind Stanford GSB program designed for senior-level executives and leaders who are in a position to set or influence workplace policies.

Key Benefits

Design how your post-pandemic workplace operates, guided by multidisciplinary research and insights from Stanford GSB faculty.

  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of different workplace modalities and how they impact leadership, productivity, culture, DEI, collaboration, and more.
  • Discuss, debate, and share best practices with senior-level peers facing similar post-pandemic workplace challenges.
  • Develop a workplace plan for your organization informed by discussions with faculty and peers.

Who Should Attend?

Senior-level executives and leaders who are in a position to set or influence workplace policies

 

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