John and Glen discuss the pluses and minuses of our extended WFH period and its implications for the future of the workplace. Also, how on earth does someone budget for 2021?
Links related to this episode:
BIG’s recent Digital Town Hall on working from home:
Glen’s blog on budgeting and “operating assumptions”:
Last week’s BIGCast on the best new ideas at Finovate:
Best Innovation Group’s ongoing Digital Town Halls for best practice sharing on Credit union responses to COVID-19, held each Wednesday: https://www.big-fintech.com/CU-Digital-Town-Hall
The BIG website: www.big-fintech.com
Follow the Best Innovation Group on Twitter: @bigfintech
Follow Glen on Twitter @154Advisors
Follow John on Twitter @jbfintech
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