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ASWA (Anonymous Smarter Workoholics Association)

Thanks to ATAWAD (anytime, anywhere, anydevice), Smarter Working professionals have racked up substantial advances in productivity and work satisfaction.
But a Smarter Working disorder is manifesting itself as a backlash: many are failing to set boundaries with work-life balance thrown into disarray.
Learn how those on the vanguard of smarter working are addressing work intensification challenges with policies, tools and tricks.

Learning Objectives

  1. How to manage work/life balance with an always on/always available technology culture
  2. How to manage your technology to work for you and not to be a slave to your technology
  3. How to recognise that signs that smarter working is becoming a problem for you or your workforce



paris welton, partner, Connected PR

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