Okta, a leading independent provider of identity for the enterprise, has been working on how to optimize a distributed workforce well before the pandemic. They call this practice Dynamic Work. With this workforce model, they have carefully built a more agile, flexible workstyle into their culture. It’s more than just letting employees work from home and ensuring they have the necessary tools to do so. It’s rethinking how and where they hire as an organization, how their offices are designed, their global employee engagement and experiences. But it’s also looking at flexible work hours, fitness benefits and volunteering opportunities, along with the technology used to stay connected.
In this webinar, MATRIX Agile Practice Lead Jeremy Wood facilitated a conversation between Okta’s Assal Yavari, Sr. Director, Global Workplace Project Management and Jen Ryan, Director of Learning & Development, as they shared Okta’s Dynamic Work journey from the beginning to present day, what they’ve learned along the way and what best practices they have found – from Change Management to current goals and objectives, and how their business has benefited from this shift from a traditional workforce to a truly Dynamic one.
Assal Yavari, LEED AP - Sr. Director, Global Workplace Project Management - Okta
Jen Ryan - Director, Learning & Development - Okta
Jeremy Wood - Agile Practice Director - MATRIX