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While remote work has been a global trend since some time now, until some time back its parlance was more in reference to gig economy, but with our increased immersion of technology, talent accessibility & interoperability, it is now a part of our culture and values, at least with regards to how we define “work.”
To understand the nuances of what has quickly become (& will remain an essential part of future of work & digital workforce dimensions) one of most significant changes for deep-work & productive work (as per Frost & Sullivan remote work is one of the Megatrends i.e. global, sustained and macro-economic forces of development that impact business, economy, society, cultures and personal lives to such a level that they define our future world and its increasing pace of change), it definitely calls for a need to have a framework assessing the risk of its driving factors and riding the tide with time as an employer of choice (Gauge your Employee Value Proposition here).
Remote Work Capability Maturity Index evaluates several factors to gauge the demonstrated capability to Remote Work, namely the culture, the technology, impact on workflows and the outcome.