The dream of hybrid working

As we slowly dare to dream about working in the office again, survey after survey is being launched to determine how often and when people want to continue working from home. While most of us are “done with it,” we also don’t want to go back to the way it was. And so employers are trying to prepare for a hybrid return to the workplace. Perhaps we can do with less square footage or we’ll rearrange desks a bit. Perhaps we will still opt for that expensive coffee machine now that people are used to good coffee at home?

Old wine in new bottles, I think! Because we are optimizing within the context of what we already know. What we forget in that these times have also taught us to dare to dream. To dream about the workplace that stimulates us. A workplace where we can be together. Having coffee together, having a chat. We would also like to develop new ideas together again and start inspiring projects.

But before we move on to filling it out, let’s take the work itself under the microscope. Are we still doing the right things? Where do we want to go as an organization? Not just the next year, but perhaps the next few years? And are we using our own potential optimally? Do we feel enough autonomy and get appreciation for what we add in the work environment?

As we return to our office environment, let’s organize dream sessions with each other. Dare to dream of the post-COVID-19 hybrid work environment that inspires us, values us and where we can rise to creative and innovative heights. What an explosion of work happiness that will generate. I’m working with a canvas for that. Perhaps this one will help you too? #canvas #futureofwork #humanandtech


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Er wordt al jaren geschreven over de toekomst van werk. Maar is die er niet al lang? We kunnen er naar blijven kijken of over blijven nadenken maar we kunnen ook gewoon gaan doen!

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