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OWL Sightings on #Hybrid Work
New ways of work are emerging all around us. Companies are emerging from remote work and finding they have to go hybrid, not always knowing how and what it will take to make it work. Our work involves working with clients and leaders having similar dilemmas. To help navigate this phase, every week we will track the latest news, research , resources and point of views on the changing nature of work and workplace. 

Points of view on hybrid working
Harvard Business review sounds a voice of advice. “To encourage coordination, companies should also make sure that teams that often work together have at least two days of overlap in the office”. Read more below
Resources for new ways of working
Navigating the complexities of hybrid work together
Research on hybrid ways of working
Accenture conducted a mammoth study and found that post pandemic a productive anywhere worker was emerging’. 83% of workers from 11 countries surveyed wanted a hybrid work culture,
News on hybrid work from around the world
Google is adopting a hybrid model of work “We’ll move to a hybrid work week where most Googlers spend approximately three days in the office and two days wherever they work best”. Here is an email Sundar Pichai sent to all employees in google.
Google announces a hybrid approach to work
Fiat Chrysler moves to hybrid work
Vanguard Moves to Hybrid Work Setup for Most of Its Employees
The hybrid work paradox
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New ways of work are emerging all around us. Companies are emerging from remote work and finding they have to go hybrid, not always knowing how and what it will take to make it work. Our work involves working with clients and leaders having similar dilemmas. To help navigate this phase, every week we will track the latest news, research , resources and point of views on the changing nature of work and workplace.

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