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Open question survey: How has the pandemic affected the ways of working

Kuva: Aki-Pekka Sinikoski
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Due to the corona pandemic many of us work outside our workplace, often at home. This change may have affected our ways of working, collaborative relationships, use of technology, use of time for work and life or getting information. Some things may be challenging, others may be positive.

With this open question survey the researchers of Fast Expert Teams network want to find out how the pandemic has affected the ways of working. What has changed? The confidential data collected with this survey is used to increase understanding of the current changes so that new practices and ways of working could be developed.

The data collected with this survey is used by researchers of the Fast Expert Teams network to increase understanding of the current changes so that new practices and ways of working could be developed. Aalto University is part of the network lead by professor Kirsimarja Blomqvist from the LUT University.

Take the survey here

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