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Benchmarking the changing role of L&D in achieving business success.
Hybrid working is here to stay - in order to access the individual and organizational benefits this way of working can provide - better productivity, flexibility and inclusivity, as well as better work-life balance for employees, hybrid organizations will need to be supported by intentional learning strategies and led by leaders who understand the benefits of this structure of work.
Hybrid working involves giving people more choice over where to work, and it’s the future most organizations are choosing. In this playlist we look at making a success of working in a hybrid team.
Matrix teams include work groups, cross-functional teams, task forces and special project teams. They are normally composed of a small number of people from different departments and functions.
Hybrid working is no longer a benefit, but an expectation. Done well, hybrid working can be agile, engaging & inclusive. Done badly, it can be isolating.
Technological advances have led us to a point where not everybody needs to be sat at a desk in an office to be effective. Increasingly, teams may be ‘virtual’ – not physically in the same place at the same time. But they still need to operate as a cohesive team.
Creating better-blended & hybrid learning experiences
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