Remote & Hybrid Work / Editing Portfolio / By Deborah Milstein All articles published by MIT Sloan Management Review online and in print. What Does the Future of Work Sound Like?Research shows that companies can improve employees’ workplace experiences through the optimal use of sound. How Shifts in Remote Behavior Affect Employee Well-BeingLeaders can improve remote employees’ well-being and productivity by helping them structure their workdays better. Equity in the Hybrid OfficeLeaders and their employees must partner to achieve equity and access for both in-person and remote employees. Coworking Spaces Offer a Post-Pandemic Office AlternativeCoworking arrangements might be the ideal choice for employers and employees alike in the wake of the pandemic. How to Combat Virtual Meeting FatigueLeaders can make meetings more effective and less fatiguing by incorporating feedback from their teams. Why Time Signals Still Matter When Working RemotelyBeing mindful about time signals can help managers make remote work easier for their employees. The Surprising Science Behind Successful Remote MeetingsEvidence-based insights and practical tips can help you improve your remote meetings. Embrace Delegation as a Skill to Strengthen Remote TeamsIn the context of remote work, leaders must reconsider conventional delegation methods. The Collective Intelligence of Remote TeamsRemote work can be as effective as in-person work with the right people and collaborative processes. Leading Remotely Requires New Communication StrategiesThe pandemic challenges managers to find a more productive way to meet with employees. Overcoming Remote Work ChallengesOrganizations can overcome three major remote-work communication challenges with these strategies. How to Monitor Remote Workers — EthicallyEmployee surveillance practices are increasing along with remote work arrangements. But can companies do it ethically?