In one month, working from home has turned from a luxury for many office workers in Thailand to a necessity. While the transition is hampered by buggy video conferencing programmes, missed communications and unanswered emails, some office heads like the new concept, saying it can actually increase efficiency and keep workers happy.
Disruptive megatrends such as rapid urbanisation, climate change and volatile energy prices are transforming the utilities sector. The old centralised market is being dispersed, disrupted and digitised by agile new entrants, alternative energy sources and in-control customers. At the same time, spurred by advances in technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), ever-increasing amounts… Continue reading Building Smarter Next-Gen Utilities
Practices adopted out of necessity during the pandemic can now be refined to work better. Imagine if someone had asked you, late last year, what it would be like if everyone was allowed to ‘Work from Home‘, the office would be closed and there would be no face-to-face communication. “Impossible,” you probably would have said.