You only need two days in the office to sustain company culture

Management Today’s survey reveals culture to be a major concern over continued remote working.

by Adam Gale

One of the principal arguments against having widespread remote working is that you need people together in order to have a vibrant culture, or at least for the leadership to influence the culture. 

If we accept Peter Drucker’s maxim that culture eats strategy for breakfast, this could be a major problem, so we decided to ask senior business people whether this was a dealbreaker for too much remote working.

The results of our survey with recruitment company Hays reveal that culture is very much top of mind when considering post-pandemic plans for the office.

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