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Making Progress on Hybrid Work: The Enterprise View

Eric Krapf  (GM, Program Co-Chair, Publisher, Enterprise Connect / No Jitter)

Stacy Foster  (Vice President, Mastercard)

Gary LaSasso  (Senior Director, Global IT, Amicus Therapeutics)

Date: Wednesday, March 29

Time: 9:00 am - 9:45 am

Pass Type: Entire Event Orlando - Monday-Thursday, Tues - Thurs Conference Orlando, Expo Plus Orlando, Entire Event Virtual, Expo Plus Virtual - Get your pass now!

Session Type: General Session

Vault Recording: TBD

The return-to-office (RTO) has been sporadic and, at some enterprises, controversial. Meanwhile, remote workers continue to connect, meet, and collaborate with their colleagues—but these arrangements are often less than ideal as well. All of this has made the job of IT/communications professionals incredibly complex and challenging as they aim for a moving target when it comes to supporting RTO and hybrid working. No one has it figured out, but in this session, enterprise IT executives will share their experiences and the lessons they have learned as they’ve made their way through the challenges of hybrid working. They'll describe how workers have used the office, what's made for a good employee experience both in-office and remote, and how they've collaborated with business units and other peer organizations to provide the best experience possible. You'll come away with useful perspectives on the challenges of hybrid work and how to battle them.