The Working from Home During COVID-19 series that ran from April 2 through May 6 is now available in Japanese. Posts 1-11 have the Japanese PDF attached at the top of each article. We will post the remaining translated versions (12-16) tomorrow. Working from Home During COVID-19 Series — Available Japanese Translations Tips and Tricks Meetings, Meetings, and More Meetings Your Questions Answered Leading a Meeting … Continue reading Working from Home During COVID-19 Series Available in Japanese!
Thanks to everyone who followed Working from Home During COVID-19, the series JapanCulture•NYC produced in collaboration with Yvonne Burton of Burton Consulting International. We hope that you found it informative and that you’re still applying Yvonne’s advice as you continue to work from home. In one of our posts, a reader from Tokyo was having trouble making the adjustment from office to apartment and asked … Continue reading Working from Home During COVID-19 Series to Be Translated into Japanese
日本語はこちら: マインドセットが重要な理由 As I wrap up this series, I want to leave you with some general thoughts that I hope will help both companies and individuals as we continue navigating COVID-19 and beyond. No one has all the answers. As we navigate each day through this crisis, we need to equip ourselves by having the correct mindset around what is happening in the world. I … Continue reading Working from Home During COVID-19: Why Mindset Matters
日本語はこちら: スモールビジネスのサクセスストーリー Throughout this series, I’ve provided some examples of work-from-home life from the perspective of a worker. Now I’d like to share what WFH has been like from the perspective of an employer. I had an interview with small business owner Julie Azuma of Different Roads to Learning, a company that provides autism spectrum resources and teaching materials. Julie started her business in 1995, … Continue reading Working from Home During COVID-19: Small Business Success Story
日本語はこちら: コロナ時代における企業文化とワークスタイル (コミュニケーション) – パート3 In her previous two posts, Yvonne Burton of Burton Consulting International wrote about corporate and work culture in a time of crisis and a focus on technology. In the third part of this week’s trilogy, she addresses communication. Technology is only a part of the challenges facing Japan and many of its companies. What is communicated in normal times and … Continue reading Working from Home During COVID-19: Corporate and Work Culture in Times of Crisis (Communication) – Part 3