You can.  For most companies though, we think that the research, planning, and effort required to develop a comprehensive hybrid work strategy may not be the most effective use of your senior leadership team’s time and talent.  Such a strategy should address, as it relates to hybrid work, at least the following:

  • alignment to organizational business strategy
  • technical and cultural challenges of collaboration between remote and in-office workers (for example in teleconferences)
  • compliance of remote work and workspaces to security policies, legislation, and contractual obligations
  • compensation
  • equity, diversity, and inclusion
  • performance management
  • unique health and wellness needs of remote workers
  • innovation
  • employee engagement
  • measurement of the strategy’s success

We believe that our focus on hybrid work strategy and continual research on best practices allows us to deliver results faster, and with less risk of ‘missing something’.  Think of our best practice library as a 100-point checklist we use to assess your risk and readiness for hybrid work.