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Covid 19: Embracing better ways of working in the new normal- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Read Article By Alla Ganz, Partner at CAPCO, Global Business and Technology Consultancy COVID-19 has required firms to rapidly embrace remote working. This presents a unique opportunity to embed new ways of working in preparation for the ‘new normal’.Despite the existence of robust frameworks, strong employee demand and proven benefits, at the beginning of this […]

IAB Rolling Heavies: Linkedin’s Alex Sibois on embracing Asian Innovation- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

The IAB Southeast Asia and India’s Rolling Heavies series is back, with more of Asia Pacific’s most influential digital leaders answering questions while riding on a bike. This is the third series, created by the IAB Southeast Asia and India in partnership with cloud video creation platform 90 Seconds, that Tempemail is proud to exclusively […]

AIA, David Beckham & local talent get Singaporeans embracing new norms- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

AIA has launched a social media campaign aimed at getting Singaporeans to stay healthy while embracing the restrictions on movement during the coronavirus circuit breaker enforcements. The campaign sees David Beckham start a chain of messages on social media about finding new ways to keep active indoors. Beckham is seen playing with ping pong balls […]

We’re embracing tech during lockdown – but can it replace the classroom? | Technology – Blog – Emails

Social distancing measures and the subsequent shift to remote working, socializing and school led to questions about the technology available to us, namely Zoom, which was labelled a “privacy disaster”. Yet amid the challenges of implementing technology into our home lives, families are having to embrace technology to keep things “normal”, and finding increasingly creative […]

Embracing the unknown in our data-centric world- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

We constantly strive for certainty. Various studies have shown that we loathe not knowing an outcome even more than the certainty of a negative result. As Rory Sutherland so perceptively explained, much of the appeal of Uber, even if we don’t consciously recognise it, is the perceived control of being able to track our lift […]