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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

Redesigning Work: How to Transform Your Organization & Make Hybrid Work for Everyone – Lynda Gratton, 2022

2022-07-11 11:18

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Redesigning Work: How to Transform Your Organization & Make Hybrid Work for Everyone – Lynda Gratton, 2022

Lynda Gratton is the world’s leading thinker on the future of work. Her latest book, written during the pandemic, is underpinned by interwoven stories of...

Lynda Gratton is the world’s leading thinker on the future of work. Her latest book, written during the pandemic, is underpinned by interwoven stories of the lived experience of multiple corporations as they figured out how best to adapt to COVID-19 and a new era of hybrid working.

 

And that’s what great about Redesigning Work. Gratton sets out a clear formula for building a sustainable hybrid work strategy, designed for optimal engagement and longer-term organisational futureproofing.

 

By referencing the design thinking and trialling of hybrid work by multinationals such as IBM, Ericsson, Telstra, Sage and Unilever, we’re provided with examples of how some of the world’s most progressive organisations have approached this once-in-a-generation opportunity to craft more inclusive and egalitarian work patterns.

 

As Gratton has written, "You have an opportunity to learn from our collective experience and imagination, and from the journey we are all going on." This is essential reading for anyone considering the transformation of work, both in response to the pandemic, and looking forward into the future of work.

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