The culture is dictated by the mission and vision of the organization, but it’s really created and fostered by employees. If we don’t have the skills to engage our workforce in a hybrid model, we’re going to lose them, says Jessica Miller-Merrell, Founder of Workology.
With the changing workspace brought in by the pandemic, HR must be a lever to make the organization future ready while ensuring that the human, business and technology aspects are tied together. Esha Gulati, Regional HR Lead-Asia, ZS shares how.
We focus on the 3 C's – Connect, Care and Capability. Staying meaningful and relevant to a rapidly changing context is at the core of our people strategy and culture, says Anjali Byce, Chief Human Resource Officer, Sterlite Technologies.
The best way we can develop organization effectiveness is to focus on creating the organization outcomes we need – the qualities of our people, the organization and the connections between the people, as well as the expectations of our people, says Jon Ingham, Director of the Jon Ingham Strategic HR Academy.
Companies need to make sure culture and goals are representative of each other. Culture should inform company goals and goals should inform company culture. Any disconnect will result in misalignment, says Matt Norman, Chief People Officer, DigitalOcean, in an interaction with us.
Hybrid working is here to stay, however, it is about balance — face to face working in an office environment will still be an important element for organizations from a cultural and engagement perspective, says Tristram Gray, Chief People & Capability Officer, Kmart Group, in an interaction with us.