Chris Nassetta, CEO of Hilton Worldwide Holdings Limited, worked with his wife, six daughters and two dogs at his home in Arlington, Virginia for two weeks, and then in the past year He returned to the almost empty headquarters of the hotel chain. Sharmistha Dubey has been leading Match Group Inc. at a table near Dallas. When Herman Miller’s Andi Owen was working in her home office in Grand Rapids, Michigan, she asked her dog Finn to keep her company. Moderna Inc. CEO Stéphane Bancel is happy to walk 30 minutes between his home in Boston and the vaccine manufacturer’s Cambridge office twice a day. He resumes work in August, so he can clarify his job. Focus and reflect. The Wall Street Journal took photos of them and 11 other business leaders in the pandemic office space as they discussed the past year and upcoming events.
More than a year after the coronavirus has changed the way we work, these business leaders said they have found that more communication, flexibility and transparency are essential to maintaining contact with employees.
The heads of companies in various departments including finance, hospitality and technology talked about what they learned in the distant year, the challenges they faced and what changes they plan to make in the next phase of the work .
Paul Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton School of Business and Chairman of the Garrison Law Firm Brad Karp predicts that after the pandemic is over, his schedule will be less busy: a long time Speech or conference. “