Analysis of Remote Work and Recommendations for Improvement

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2021-01-01
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Rottmann, Alexander
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Anthony Townsend
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Information Systems and Business Analytics
In today’s business landscape, information systems and business analytics are pivotal elements that drive success. Information systems form the digital foundation of modern enterprises, while business analytics involves the strategic analysis of data to extract meaningful insights. Information systems have the power to create and restructure industries, empower individuals and firms, and dramatically reduce costs. Business analytics empowers organizations to make precise, data-driven decisions that optimize operations, enhance strategies, and fuel overall growth. Explore these essential fields to understand how data and technology come together, providing the knowledge needed to make informed decisions and achieve remarkable outcomes.
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With the growing popularity of remote work, more research and development of policies are necessary. This report analyzes the past and current state of remote work as well as the benefits and detriments, and concludes with recommendations for improving the success of remote work. The end goal is to answer the question, “how does the use of remote working benefit work performance and what improvements can be made for success?” This is achieved by reviewing available literature and developing recommendations for improvement based on the reviewed research. The results show that remote work can be very beneficial to employees and employers while having few drawbacks when offered through flexible schedules. This allows the worker to claim all the benefits of remote work, while still being able to enter the office for face-to-face interaction when necessary.

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