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Your remote persona is 

Enthusiast

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Mirroring the innovative zeal of Doc Brown from Back to the Future, your organisation doesn't merely adapt to remote work; it redefines it, pioneering new technologies and processes with an eye towards the future. With a passion for creativity and a penchant for experimentation, you're crafting a bold, new approach to work that makes the transition seem not just manageable but exciting. Potential weaknesses include a tendency towards chaotic processes and overlooking practical implementation in favour of exciting ideas which can impact productivity and overwhelm employees.

Your remote model is 

underused

Like in any vehicle, you use an engine to move forward. Remote work is the same. Out of the results, it looks like you do not use remote work enough given the maturity and tools you have put in place. Let’s find solutions to upgrade your usage!

Your remote usage is 

Office-First

A company with an office-first approach primarily emphasises physical office attendance as the standard mode of work. In this model, employees are expected to work from a designated office location most of the time, with limited flexibility for remote work. Your remote usage should be optimally levelled according to business opportunities and collaborators needs.

Your remote engine is 

High Speed Train

Organisations equipped with a high speed train to pull their remote work strategy rely on rather modern methods, adopting an efficient, streamlined, and rapid approach to remote work. It is great to have such a powerful engine if you are using it at the right level.

The results of the Lite Assessment are only indicative and are not to be used as part of a full analysis of your remote model. The outcomes you read above are a step to start your journey. They are especially designed to make you discover the RoadCo method as well as to understand the main dimensions of workplace mobility models in organisations.

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