Remote Work | Logic20/20

Remote Work

Changing to remote work
doesn't have to be difficult.

There's a shift happening—and you're probably part of it. Businesses across industries are changing to allow remote work and distributed teams. For many, this is a heavy lift, but there are ways to keep it simple, straightforward—and successful.


To minimize interruption to your business and give employees what they need to stay productive, you'll need:


1. A stable digital infrastructure
2. A detailed change management plan
3. Proactive process improvements
4. Comprehensive data security

Considerations for Implementing Remote Work


All employees should have equal access to necessary tools and file storage systems. These tools and systems should be robust enough to facilitate productivity across a distributed team.

Change Management

Teams undergoing change should be kept as informed as possible in a timely, transparent, and comprehensive way.

Process Improvements

Changing to remote work requires proactive process adjustments within teams, departments, and the organization as a whole.

Data Availability, Security & Quality

Information gathering, security, and integrity should be maintained (if not improved) across distributed teams.


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We're Ready

Logic20/20 has experience in change management,
digital transformation, and more.


We're ready. Are you?


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