Mixing Psychology With Technology
Hybrid Working is here to stay. All the statistics point to organisations retaining flexible working and moving to a hybrid workplace model for the long term.
Organisations have been quick to tactically adapt to new ways of flexible working. But beneath this veneer of progress the foundations for a long-term hybrid workplace strategy is unstable.
Hybrid working is more than just providing people with the opportunity to work from home 2 days a week. It requires nuanced thinking and infrastructure. Mission-critical processes such as collaboration, creativity and innovation which rely on human interaction must be recreated.
A solution for true hybrid working must meld psychology with technology…