How the way we gather matters
What does a good hybrid collaboration look like?
In the future way of working, hybrid collaboration is key, and it is here to stay. Our definition of hybrid collaboration is collaborating across physical and virtual boundaries as well as fluid working hours. At Implement, we believe that hybrid collaboration has many unexplored benefits and opportunities for business leaders who want to build organisations that are fit for humans and fit for the future.
Over the past year, we have all experienced hybrid collaboration and experimented with the form – with varied impact and satisfaction. Therefore, we have developed a strategic model to transform ourselves and our customers to the new ways of working and build even better businesses fully utilising the new opportunities.
Get to know the strategic model on hybrid collaboration
Join us for a morning session to get insights into our model on hybrid collaboration. The model provides a holistic approach to hybrid collaboration and what it will impact. During a string of events in 2022, we will share the nine strategic approaches that the model contains under the umbrella of structure, process and people.
At the first event, we will focus on communication and touchpoints.
Aspired learning impact
The first event will give you:
- Insights into our strategic model about hybrid collaboration
- Inspiration on how to get started with transforming your organisation into a sustainable hybrid workplace
- Inspiration on how you can start preparing your organisation for hybrid collaboration by upskilling the way that you gather and collaborate
- Concrete tips and tricks on how you can master meaningful hybrid touchpoints
- An opportunity to network with other organisations dealing with the same ambitions as you regarding hybrid collaboration
When using the learnings, you will be able to:
- Guide your organisation on the different strategic initiatives that you must have in mind when you plan to start
- Improve the way that you gather and collaborate in your organisation right now
- It may be a good idea to restart your computer before entering the meeting
- Find a quiet area where you can sit
- Grab a pair of headphones in order to avoid echo, and check that your audio and microphone are working