Tech Trends and the Remote Workplace with Tim Campos '11

Tim Campos ’11, CEO of calendar app Woven, discusses the drastic acceleration of remote work practices amid the COVID-19 pandemic, how the workplace might permanently change, ways employers can preserve company culture with a remote workforce, and more. Close-captioned.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation, The Workplace
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In this event hosted by the Private Equity program, Tim Campos ’11, the CEO of Woven, discusses the rapidly changing notion of what constitutes a workplace in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.

Campos also talks about his career journey and emphasizes the importance of taking risks.

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