As the UK continues to navigate through the pandemic and with Brexit looming on the horizon, the companies that have already pivoted their business operations during the crisis are best placed to tackle future challenges.
As we continue to face the inevitable headwinds to our economy, a complete shake-up of the way we historically worked was not only inevitable, it was essential. While vaccines offer a return to pre-pandemic normality for many aspects of our lives, the way we work has changed forever. Top companies in the next decade will be the most agile and responsive. The focus on culture has accelerated as companies have been thrust into a remote work world and it has emerged as a key differentiator and critical to business success.
The Financial Times, in partnership with Slack, are delighted to host this webinar to examine how some of the UK’s most successful and fastest growing companies achieved agility and resilience in a period of rapid change and uncertainty. Gathering a panel of business leaders and C-Suite executives, we will explore how culture has been created and nurtured amongst remote workforces to drive a competitive advantage. We will explore what larger, more traditional, organisations can learn from these fast movers.
new approaches and strategies to help win market share, maximise efficiency and deliver more profit
strategic partners to help leverage your assets in new ways beyond your core business
how some of the most progressive companies in the UK are using technology to create an open and transparent culture
the big picture, not just the individual strands of the part of the business you work in
and build relationships with some of the biggest names in your industry
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