Barriers to making hybrid working work
When moving to a hybrid model, it’s essential organizations balance their business strategy with employee preferences for where and how they work. One without the other is a recipe for failure.
Achieving this, of course, is easier said than done.
Organizations aren’t simply a collection of boxes on an org chart. They’re complex systems with many moving parts and interdependencies, constantly changing and evolving. Getting a grip on these systems requires a detailed understanding of the work being done, how it gets done and by who.
Designing and implementing an effective hybrid working strategy for your business must go well beyond basic policies that set boundaries and guide behavior. It should be a blueprint to inform your entire organizational design.
Hybrid working will change how your business operates, how you attract talent and how you profitably ride the waves of disruptive change. Anything less will leave significant value on the table.