The Covid-19 pandemic didn’t just force companies to adopt new ways of working. In this insightful podcast from Citrix, learn how the Colorado Symphony and the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra responded to global lockdown.
There is perhaps no better example of the ultimate team than an orchestra. Every single member of the orchestra is integral to the whole. Every individual must be in tune and in time with the larger group to bring the music to life.
But when the pandemic hit, and many of us took our computer monitors home to work remotely, how did orchestras respond? They had to learn to work remotely, too. Concert halls closed and musicians went home with their violins, flutes, cellos, and bassoons. The orchestras’ experiences have something to teach us all.
Coming from Citrix’s podcast series, Remote Works, this podcast examines how the Colorado Symphony and the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra embraced technology to enable remote work – even amongst this most tightest of teams.
Introducing ‘Remote Works’ from Citrix
Working at home? You’re not alone. Whether you’re an orchestra, state government, or NFL football team, every single person, company, and industry has had to rethink how and where they do business. Remote Works looks at the big picture and the small details of working at home. We talk to employees and leaders who are adapting and thriving in this new remote work landscape. Experts explore work-at-home successes and obstacles. The brave new office is now at home. These conversations and stories will help keep you and your team united while you’re working remotely.