3 tips for leaders to get the future of work right
BLUFCovid might provide leaders with the opportunity to redesign workplace practices to better: attract, retain and motivate their people.
Many current work practices were first put into place by the industrial revolution, where people left home for work to perform repetitious tasks at fixed times and places. The knowledge worker with fixed job descriptions, cubicles and working at a set time was still following worker practices that had been put into place by the industrial revolution. Globalisation and a technology revolution did little to challenge or change this industrial based model.
The tragedy of COVID changed the following practices:
Lovich asserts that these tips will create a workplace that should be more engaging, productive and user friendly.
Worth noting the following references: