28 episodes

We dig into the big questions about how work is changing again. Questions about security, how and where we meet now, and what Gen Z can teach the rest of us about the new workplace. So many of us are searching for that sweet spot between working in the office, at home and everywhere in between. Hybrid work brings opportunities to seize, but it also brings challenges to tackle. Our host Melanie Green is learning how we can all thrive in hybrid work - for the long haul. You’ll hear compelling stories and advice from leading experts. Produced by Citrix. Follow along @Citrix

Remote Works: Hybrid Survival Guide Citrix

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 32 Ratings

We dig into the big questions about how work is changing again. Questions about security, how and where we meet now, and what Gen Z can teach the rest of us about the new workplace. So many of us are searching for that sweet spot between working in the office, at home and everywhere in between. Hybrid work brings opportunities to seize, but it also brings challenges to tackle. Our host Melanie Green is learning how we can all thrive in hybrid work - for the long haul. You’ll hear compelling stories and advice from leading experts. Produced by Citrix. Follow along @Citrix

    The Realities of Cyber Security Threats

    The Realities of Cyber Security Threats

    Ransomware and other cyber threats have evolved in recent years , and with that so has cybersecurity. In this episode we’ll share stories of modern day cyber attacks that keep IT professionals up at night. We'll hear about a cyber attack that impacted a country's health service, an attack on a legal firm's web server that exposed sensitive client data, and we’ll hear how attackers found vulnerable systems in a small company's network and got in. Experts share advice about best security practices for organizations and individuals alike. It's #CyberSecurityMonth, and this is an episode you won't want to miss.

    • 22 min
    The Meeting Dilemma

    The Meeting Dilemma

    Humans have a complicated relationship with meetings. We need to meet but we don't always do it well. Hybrid work adds another tricky layer.  Host Melanie Green explores our love-hate relationship with meetings, why they matter, and how they could even be the highlight of the day.

    • 20 min
    Back to the Office Jitters

    Back to the Office Jitters

    For many, hybrid work presents an opportunity for companies and employees to change how they work. But at the same time a lot of people are nervous about getting back to the office. They’re grappling with a lack of flexibility, the hassle of the daily commute, and finding work life balance. Remote Works is your personal hybrid work survival guide. We’re digging into the big questions about how work is changing again. Questions about how and where we meet now. Security. And what Gen Z can teach the rest of us about the new hybrid workplace. This episode is all about back to the office jitters. We’ll hear how Ultima, a company in the UK, is easing people back into the office with its own unique blueprint for a new hybrid workplace. Later in the episode, psychotherapist Joyce Marter will give her biggest takeaways for easing the anxiety that comes with heading back to the office.

    • 20 min
    Remote Works: Hybrid Survival Guide

    Remote Works: Hybrid Survival Guide

    As we make a shift to hybrid work, business leaders and companies are seizing the opportunity to build a successful work model that will last for years to come. Our host Melanie Green explores how we hold on to work life balance and keep everyone on equal footing in and out of the office as the way we work evolves.

    • 1 min
    Work, Transformed

    Work, Transformed

    We end this season with a listener favorite. Host Melanie Green invites three experts to join her for a look at the future of work: Dave Cook, a researcher who was studying remote work long before most of the world had heard of it, Matthew Metelsky, a tech guru who understands the importance of the human side of IT, and Dean Sevin Yeltekin, a business school dean who is preparing her students for a radically different way of working.

    • 25 min
    Bring Women Back to the Workforce

    Bring Women Back to the Workforce

    The numbers are jarring. Since March 2020, nearly 2.5 million women have left the U.S. workforce, compared with 1.8 million men. One of the women who left was Farida Mercedes. Before the pandemic, Farida was on a fast-track in a corporate job she loved. But then she made the tough decision to leave. We'll hear Farida's story. We'll also hear from Laura Zarrow, Executive Director of People Analytics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, about some of the reasons women have been dropping out of the workforce, and how data and flexible work could bring them back.

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

Mark Colgan ,

Great show

Melanie is fantastic at interviewing key guests and teasing out the valuable knowledge they have to share. I recommend this show for everyone working remotely. Thanks Melanie!

Hookinfish ,

Historical Inflection Point

There's no question COVID 19 has marked an inflection point in the history of the world. How corporations, IT departments and humanity as a whole respond at these early stages will have a far-reaching impacts in ways we can only imagine at this stage. Looking forward to more insightful content from Citrix.

Ourdoodle ,

Very Relevant

So grateful that my daughter recommended this Podcast to me. I found it informative, positive, and obviously very relevant for today’s times! I also really enjoyed Melanie Green the host. Her voice is very melodic and easy to listen to!! Can’t wait for the next episodes!!

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