Working AWAy Series

The AWI is launching the Working AWAy series as a four session workshop, outlining the processes and tools required for managing home working teams.

Coronavirus is creating significant challenges and forcing organisations to change their ways of working rapidly. Advanced Workplace Associates will be using their scientific research, extensive global client work and over 28 years worth of non-office-based working to bring you a series of online workshops.

The workshops are a response to the immediate challenges created by coronavirus and are designed to assist organisations we currently work with, as well as those we don’t yet work with, to effectively and successfully navigate these challenges.

Managing a home-based work community over a prolonged period of time is very different to having some people working away from the office some of the time. This on-line workshop session will provide pointers to the things organisations should be doing now to prepare for prolonged periods of mass Home Working.

To see the summary and results of our first session, please click here.

Our online workshop will provide you with everything you need to know about managing a home-based community and builds on 20 years of experience in managing virtual organisations, AWA’s extensive scientific research into ‘managing virtual’ and experience in advising clients in ‘managing away’.

To see the summary and results of our second session, please click here.

Our online workshop provides tools and tips on how to stay focused, happy and productive whilst working at home. Many people are comfortable working from home for a day or two a week – or for a short period to work on a specific piece of work. In our experience, the majority of people like to be in the office with their colleagues for the majority of the time.
To see the summary and results of our third session, please click here.
This interactive online workshop will provide you with insights into the factors that impact the performance of teams. There will be tips on how to choose the right tools and technology for effective collaboration.

To see the summary and results of our final session, please click here.


To learn more about this initiative or if you’d like to join, contact:
Lewis Crompton at or

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