The workplace has now forever changed. I explore the thoughts from leaders in the field and also provide some additional context to how this thinking can be applied to any business.
Linkedin has transformed their traditional workplace into a modern flexible workplace designed to accommodate all types of working activities.
In a new McKinsey survey it shows that American workers would like to have flexible working arrangements from their employers.
Many big companies have been booming even in the most challenging recent times. To a great extent, their growth was the reward for embracing digital technologies and the various strategies to incorporate those digital tools.
The frequent-meetings culture is costing a great deal of employees' time and creativity, as well as companies' resources. But meetings are not as necessary as we deem them and could effectively be avoided if the right steps are taken.
High-quality connections are key to having a high-spirited work environment. But what can you do to replicate that same energy in a hybrid environment?
In the current hybrid working environment, the right new employee onboarding strategies are indispensable.
Early this morning I was reading through some news articles when I hit a favourite of mine from Axios [https://www.axios.com/]. If you aren't familair with who Axois are - they are media outlet but don't think of them as just the usual media crowd. They do things
Has the modern workplace finally upped its game? I take a look at where things are at and some of the key areas of research.
Now that working from home is something more obtainable, the last thing on the minds of most people is the internet connection or until that all important Zoom call drops in and out because of the kids watching Netflix movies in 4k while downloading an Xbox update. Compared with that
As the humble city office that was once bustling with a hive of activity now becomes a distant memory. Or dare I say, the coffee catch up has now been pushed aside for something not so personal. The new beginning has arrived. Allow me to indulge and replay a little