Despite claiming “people are our greatest asset,” too many executives still expect employees to leave their personal lives at the door when they come to work. Yet Gallup data shows that having a best friend at work is strongly linked to business outcomes, including improvements in profitability, safety, inventory control, and employee retention.
Change in an organization leads to many positive aspects – that leads to retaining a competitive edge and also remaining relevant in your business area. Change encourages innovation, develops skills, develops staff and leads to better business opportunities, and improves staff morale.
As organizations move towards a hybrid work model – one where some employees stay home while others go to the office, and many split their time between both – questions arise about how teams will be able to collaborate successfully.
Brandless is a powerful illustration of a company that’s using a variety of anticipatory organization strategies—a useful example that shows how leveraging both predictable Hard Trends as well as cycles can lead to innovation and success with much lower risk.
With the global pandemic slowly coming to an end in the United States, companies will be wanting their employees to come back to the office in some form. This article will give some ideas of what you should expect once you head back to the workplace.