Leaders need to acknowledge the permanence of remote work—and tap into its potential as a competitive differentiator. Having an effective remote work infrastructure, for example, provides access to a deeper and broader available talent pool, as organizations the world over are learning that talent isn't found in a few select cities.
"Talent pools change with greater remote work," said Melissa Swift, the global leader for digital transformation at Korn Ferry in an article on digital workforce transformation. "There's wonderful talent available outside Silicon Valley, Boston, etc., [and] at a lower cost."
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Dave Grady (ISACA CISM, CRISC) is a member of Verizon’s network and security marketing team and has more than 25 years of experience in corporate internal communications and IT program management.