HYBRID WORK: Moving towards a two-tiered organisation?
How managers should deal with the proximity bias.
Hybrid work is becoming increasingly popular in the wake of the Corona pandemic. At first glance, it seems to make sense to divide the work in a sensible way between presence in the office and distance in the home office. However, many managers are not aware of the fact that this form of NEW WORK contains a great danger: in the long run, it promotes a two-tier organisation.
THINKING AHEAD CAN MAKE YOUR ORGANISATION MORE RESILIENT AND EFFICIENT.
In this article on morethandigital.info, Ralf H. Komor, DDIM member and head of the DDIM specialist group // Sales & Marketing, describes why this is so and what the dangers are. He also explains how we can build up hybrid organisations in a meaningful way and be aware of the pitfalls of proximity bias.
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