Your Hybrid Working Plan Requires Guidance
Whether your company is exploring a hybrid or flexible remote work strategy as part of “return to office” plans you need to understand the requirements and adjust your practices to make it work.
Our Hybrid Working Guide summarizes the highlights from years of experience working with hybrid teams to help your team understand: the dynamics of hybrid teams, the importance of effective leadership, and the critical elements of remote-first and async practices that make hybrid work successful.
Start a Team Effectiveness Assessment
To fully utilize this guide to hybrid working, you need to know where you start.
Through a series of stakeholder interviews our experts get to the root of issues that are hindering the future success of your hybrid team. Your team will receive scores across the three pillars of effective remote work: mindset, infrastructure, and capabilities.
Understanding the Dynamics of Hybrid Working
Take the time to make sure that you’re aware of the pros, cons, and challenges of hybrid teams.
Preparing Leaders to Manage Hybrid Teams
When part of your team is in an office and another part is working remotely, there are important differences in how you manage and lead.
All team members need to be wary of inclusion pitfalls on hybrid teams and ways to overcome them, including:
Knowing Hybrid Working Require Remote-First Practices
Adopting a sustainable long-term strategy for hybrid teams requires dramatic shifts in mindset, infrastructure, and capability. Each of these guides walk through the critical steps for establishing remote-first practices.
Our Placeless Playbook outlines the steps people at all levels of an organization need to take to achieve digital-first success. A couple examples include:
- For Executives: Model a Placeless Mindset
- For Team Leaders: Establish Practices for Async Communication
- For Individuals: Establish and Communicate Your Boundaries
Learning to Lean on Async Communication
Async is not a new concept, but one of the most consistent indicators of ineffective hybrid teams is an overreliance on synchronous communication and a hesitancy to embrace async to accomplish more work tasks. Our series outlines the What, the Why, and the How of async.