Hybrid Work: What It Means, Why We Need It, and How We’re Doing It Wrong

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A year ago, hybrid work environments – where employees split work time between in-person offices and remote setups – were reserved for forward-thinking startups, certain lucky employees, and unique companies with employees scattered around the world. Now, hybrid work environments are the norm. But are we doing them right? Has simply switching from demanding employees come into the office full-time to letting them work some or most of their hours at home instantly created a workplace utopia where everyone is productive, happy, and fulfilled? Not necessarily. We learn from The Hybrid Handbook by Colin D. Ellis, New Rules For Hybrid Leaders by Anthony Ally, and The Anywhere Operating System by Luke Thomas, Aisha Samake that you can’t just ‘go hybrid.’ You have to do it right.

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