Remote working is chance to reconfigure industry, US Book Show hears

Remote working is chance to reconfigure industry, US Book Show hears

Remote working has led to longer hours and isolation for many but also represents a chance to reconfigure the industry, the US Book Show was told in an event kicked off by Oprah Winfrey.

Winfrey began the virtual three-day conference on 25th May, organised by Publishers Weekly to fill the void left by Reed ending the annual American BookExpo. Winfrey discussed trauma, empathy, resilience, and her new book, What Happened to You? (Bluebird), before an industry panel discussed the future of the workplace.

As Harvard Business School professor Tsedal Neeley, author of Remote Work Revolution (H...

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