All major data benchmarks indicate that remote work is much more than just a passing trend, and for many innovative tech companies, a distributed workforce model is here to stay.
This can be attributed to a variety of factors. On the employer side, organizations are starting to embrace the fact that talent is boundaryless and organizations are hiring globally rather than locally, which is proving to be more cost-efficient and effective in meeting company goals. Meanwhile, on the employee side, remote workers are reporting greater levels of job satisfaction and increased productivity compared to their in-office counterparts.
This shift raises an important question: how can forward-thinking companies moving toward a distributed workforce establish a culture of remote maturity, and ultimately set themselves apart from the competition?
In this webinar, co-hosted by Andela and Jellyfish, we’ll bring together some engineering thought leaders at remote-friendly organizations to discuss:
- How the pandemic shifted the way employers think about remote work
- The drivers and indicators of remote maturity
- Building and maintaining a remote work culture that boosts productivity, lifts morale, and drives KPIs
Stuart Mills is the VP, Trailhead and Ecosystem EMEA at Salesforce. He is passionate about increasing the transformational impact of technology, lifelong learning, and building the greatest of teams. He is based in London.
Jeff Allen is a Senior Director of Global Grooming Engineering at Procter & Gamble – Gillette. With over 14 years of experience as an engineer and business leader, Jeff focuses on delivering innovation and excellence by developing strategies that drive top line and bottom line growth. He is based in the Boston area.
David Bautista is the Director of Product at Change Machine, a scalable solution for social service organizations and public agencies to embed effective financial coaching practices into their work with individuals and contribute to lasting economic change. He is based in Brooklyn.
Ben Schmidtke is a Senior Software Engineer at Disney Streaming Services, where he focuses on Disney+ and Star+ web development and design systems. He enjoys working on enterprise solutions that tackle complex problems using his broad skill set encompassing database, server and front end technologies as well as design. He is based in the Netherlands.
Andrew Lau is Co-Founder and CEO of Jellyfish, the leading Engineering Management Platform (EMP) that provides complete visibility into engineering organizations, the work they do, and how they operate. Prior to Jellyfish, Andrew was the Chief Strategy Officer for ad-tech leader Nanigans after his social retail-tech company LoopIt was acquired. He is based in the Boston area.
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