Adobe’s CEO on how the company is posting record results amid economic chaos

Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen’s virtual meeting just prior to speaking with Fortune got interrupted. The culprit? An employee’s dog. What pre-lockdown might have been an awkward moment, was instead met with ooh and aahs from fellow remote attendees after Narayen asked the employee to introduce the cute canine.

When the San Jose-based software company moved its 22,000 global workforce to working remotely in March, Narayen said the priority was employee well-being during these unprecedented global lockdowns. But Adobe has found that some employees are thriving and more productive as they revel in losing their grueling commutes. While it’s too early

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