Hybrid 2.0: From Experiment to Experience
2020 ushered us into a new way of working, as organizations around the world over transitioned from working from offices to working remotely. While in 2020, Hybrid 1.0 meant going remote, in 2021, as the world reopened, remote work models are further transitioning to hybrid work, as we keep on moving from the traditional to a fully tech-enabled future state. From experimenting with hybrid work, organizations are now moving to investing and setting up infrastructures to provide a superior work experience to their people– Hybrid 2.0. Hybrid 2.0 is going beyond replicating the in-person work digitally-it would be about creating new experiences and moments for future workspaces. Because the fact remains that while pandemic-induced uncertainties may continue to plague our work models, even in a hybrid world, it is our people that represent the core of our organizations.
Hence focusing on talent transformation and designing and managing employee experience for a hybrid world will continue to be a key focus area for organizations as we reimagine the workplace for business growth and recovery. Moving on from what started as an experiment, how do we design an employee experience for the hybrid 2.0 world that is holistic, progressive, flexible, agile, technology-driven and future-proof, and most importantly, more human?
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