Nationwide CIO Preps For Return To The Office, Post-Pandemic
CIO, May 4th, 2020
May 17, 2020,
Volume 266, Issue 2

CIOs such as Jim Fowler are preparing for employees to return to the office post-COVID-19, a process that will result in more digital services for employees and customers alike

Clint Boulton writes in CIO, "More than a month after the coronavirus crisis forced employees worldwide to work from home, many U.S. companies are now planning the next move: what work life will be like when they return to the office.

This scenario is something for which Nationwide CIO Jim Fowler is actively planning. Since Nationwide ordered its 28,000 employees to work from home in March, Fowler has digitized much of the organization's software development and other activities. Now he's envisioning what the office will look like when staff are asked to return to work, ideally sometime this year. Fowler expects the 'usage of digital tools is going to skyrocket' as employees who have become accustomed to the new way of working expect the same environment when they return to the office. He isn't alone in that sentiment..."

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