We maintain that trying to create a hybrid workspace using policy alone, may work in the short-term, but it’s not a long-term solution. A “Work-from-Anwhere” strategy is a long-term solution.
The reason that policy alone will not work is that there are too many unknown, and independent, variables to hybrid work – how is digitalisation going to affect work, how is digitalisation affecting our products and services and how we deliver them, how has customer behaviour changed tham impacts what we do and how, can work be redesigned for a “Work-from-Anywhere” workplace, do we have to limit our reach for skilled talent, or can this be broadened, what are the changes that we need to make to make “Work-from-Anywhere” effective and productive?
The article talks about how we can create flexibility for a remote workforce without feeling that we’re “out of control”.
Our “Work-from-Anywhere” solution can help you create a workplace that is sustainable in the longer-term, and that can be more productive and reduce operating costs.
To learn more, go to https://www.talentalign.com/work-from-anywhere/.
Here’s the article …
Source: Remote work isn’t enough: 5 tips for the future of flexibility at work | The Enterprisers Project