Creating a Collaborative Culture Through Remote Work - May 26

Working from home has suddenly become the new normal for many organizations, as well as discovering its inherent value, significant benefits, and also challenges along the way. This webinar, hosted by members of the AAMC Group on Information Resources (GIR) Diversity and Inclusion Work Group, will examine the entire lifecycle of developing, enhancing, optimizing, and sustaining a successful telecommuting team. This in-depth review will share various approaches from multiple institutions in different stages of adoption. They will offer templates, tips, and tools & applications to assist you throughout this organizational journey. This guide will provide strategies and checkpoints to enhance communication, establish connections, avoid hazards along the way, and arrive at the results you're driving toward. Come along with us on the road to remote. 

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Establish opportunities for your institution to develop, enhance, or optimize a telecommuting program. 
  2. Construct a culture to improve communication and collaboration while overcoming challenges. 
  3. Improve team morale, staff productivity, process efficiency, and organizational effectiveness. 

Jessica Chen, Application Manager Clinical Research Information Services, Penn Medicine 
Nicolette Franck, IT Senior Project Manager, Michigan Medicine 
Darwin VanDyke, Director of Administrator Information Systems, University of Texas Medical Branch Health 
Ralph Zottola, AVP IT Research Computing, University of Alabama at Birmingham 

Components visible upon registration.