Peruvian leadership consultants and experts Patricia Cánepa and Patricia Merino propose to speak on the subject.
When we talk about the future of mechanics, experts make one thing clear: the future is today.
And even more so because the new coronavirus pandemic has accelerated many things, and much of them in the workplace.
Covid-19 added a good deal of uncertainty to the world of work, but also some opportunities.
Peruvian consultants and leadership experts Patricia Cánepa and Patricia Merino focus on opportunities. Both are authors of O futuro do Trabalho (2020), a book in which they propose a series of strategies to navigate the current world of work, contemplating the post-covid scenario.
‘Remote work is here to stay’
Patricia Merino works with leadership issues in Peru – Photo: Patricia Merino
For Cánepa and Merino, technology is the great driver of change when we talk about the future of work and then the impact of the pandemic was enormous.
“The acceleration of digital adoption in the first months of the pandemic meant that everything came five years early. So what we saw as a more distant phase is here now,” explains Merino, who is also a professor at the CENTRUM MBA in leadership.
“The digital transformation has arrived and there is no turning back.”
Merino also points out that in the ambitious scenario “an important myth has been broken: that remote work does not work”.
“Issues such as teleducation, telemedicine and teleworking have generated profound changes that are here to stay.”
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