Remote work can lead to big boosts in productivity and morale, but if it isn’t managed effectively, it can also place additional stress on employees, says CIO David Chou. In this blog, he provides guidance on how to support what has become the new normal.
When it comes to finding the right balance between remote and onsite work, CIOs and other leaders are “constantly learning,” said Cara Babachicos and David Chou, who shared some of those lessons during a recent discussion.
The potential for quicker development timelines and IT crowdsourcing are two reasons why low-code software is gaining traction, according to David Chou. But it’s going to require something healthcare IT leaders aren’t always willing to do.
With both sales executives and technology decision makers facing enormous pressure, now is certainly not an ideal time for pitches. But the show must go on, says CIO David Chou, who provides best practices on how to move forward.
For many IT employees, remote work equals more work, which means CIOs need to take action to help reduce the risk of burnout and improve work-life balance, says David Chou, who provides tips from fellow leaders.