Jan. 26, 2022 | 10:00 AM CET
Many companies are converting their structures and processes to hybrid and remote work in order to become more agile, flexible, to better deal with ambiguity and be competitive in a much more digitized economy. In the past two years of accelerated change, the pandemic was not the cause but the catalyst. However, in the mid-term, this does not only affects office work, but all business areas and industries. Whether product development, supply chain, production, distribution, sales in any industry sector including medicine, consulting, education or general government and municipalities. New hybrid and remote business models require more flexibility, but also lead to increased competitiveness and cost efficiency and are therefore key to remain future-proof.
The question that arise are: