So what is hybrid working? I wrote about it before: hybrid working is mainly about making choices . In principle, 7 questions are relevant to determine how your hybrid works: Why : what do I want to achieve? What is the purpose of my task or assignment?How : how do I do the work? What agreements and processes are there? What do I work with, which tools, which apps and systems do I need?Who : with which people do I work? In what shape? What are everyone’s needs, expectations and personal preferences?When do I do that work? On what day and what time? Where Bolivia Email Lists do I do that work is the last question. Moreover, the answer to this is mainly determined by the answers to the other questions And you make those choices on three levels, namely: (a) individually, (b) per form of cooperation as well as (c) for the entire organization. I explain all three.
a. Hybrid working for individual employees
Hybrid working requires individual employees Bolivia Email Lists to have a sharp view of their own work. It requires a critical look at the work itself, at the resources they use, at work processes and at the ‘load’ they place on resources and especially on their colleagues. It requires even more looking ahead, focusing on the longer term, planning well and working ahead , and distinguishing between what is urgent and what is important, and much less ad hoc (collaboration) work where you have to be able to ask someone something quickly before you move on. can. Do you get stuck in that last one? Then you will have to go back to the office full-time… but then you get to the next ‘level’.
b. Hybrid working
Hybrid working requires forms of collaboration Bolivia Email Lists such as projects, teams and departments to regularly evaluate how they do their work together. Is a daily stand-up, on location or online, really the best way to keep each other informed about who is doing what or is there another way? Is the adage of agile working to deliver working products rather than good documentation in a hybrid or even fully remote working environment completely tenable? And are the individual preferences of colleagues when it comes to focus time and appointment-free days compatible?