Implementing new workplace processes takes planning to ensure changes stand up to the volatility of the current business environment. Leaders in 2021 need to stay flexible and accommodative of both employee and client needs. But with the amount of thought that must be put into every decision, how can leaders determine what will best suit the organization? To help, 13 members of Newsweek Expert Forum detail what industry leaders should focus on as they reimagine the future of the workplace. 1. Think About More Hybrid Work Options I predict more hybridized home and office work options. Those who are most prepared are already developing metrics that are applicable to both setups. This will help them ensure work is being done without applying cookie-cutter standards to those operating within radically different environments with distinct productivity indicators. – Colin Wright , Let’s Know Things 2. Level up Internal Operations and Systems The shutdown of offices globally pulled the last businesses that had not yet gone through a digital transformation online. That means far more of the customer experience will be online. Data, interactions and messaging will proliferate. Workplaces in 2021 will need to level up their internal operations and systems to meet… Read full this story
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