As Wales begins to ease out of lockdown, many businesses across the country are starting to plan for a return to the physical office, after months of exclusively remote working. However, it will be impossible to go back to previous ways of working for the foreseeable future, and - like virtually every other aspect of daily life - these businesses will have to adapt to the new Covid-reality.


One area likely to be significantly affected is collaboration, as more team members choose to continue working from home, and office numbers are limited to maintain social distancing. This is a challenge that must be tackled in the technology sector, where collaborative activities are vital for creative problem-solving and driving innovation.


In this session Box UK Managing Consultant Andrew Beaney looks at how collaboration may work in a post-pandemic world, exploring how remote and in-person activities can be brought together to ensure everyone has a voice, and the governance required to keep conversations focused and valuable.

Topics covered include:

  • The typical hierarchy of collaboration approaches, and the ways this has been impacted by Covid-19
  • The benefits and challenges of both fully-online and hybrid approaches to collaboration, including common pitfalls teams may fall into
  • How risks associated with both these models can be mitigated through effective facilitation
  • The role technology can play in helping you get the most from your collaboration activities


Providing insight into how you can adapt your ways of working to maintain effective collaboration while responding to the realities of the new post-lockdown landscape, along with practical tips to get collaboration sessions up and running, this is a must-attend event for anyone involved in delivering digital projects, whether you're a specialist agency or part of an in-house technology team.

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