It would be premature and unwise to predict the imminent death of the physical office. Most people want to meet and interact with other people face to face, and physical constellations are where most innovations are born. However, Cloud technologies have made the entire globe a potential place to work. Companies that embrace this fact and embrace it as an opportunity are more attractive to top talent, who in turn enjoy the luxury of being highly selective in their job choices. Modern Cloud software supports Hybrid Work on three levels.
For hybrid work to succeed, you need healthy routines and habits – it’s the only way to make the mix of home and office feel as natural as possible for everyone in the company. We’ll give you some tips on how to get the most out of your hybrid work model – with the help of Google Workspace.
Not all hybrid meetings are the same, because every situation and every goal has an impact on the design of such a meeting. This may cause uncertainty at the beginning, but it also opens up many possibilities. To make sure hybrid meetings don’t unsettle you (anymore), we’ve prepared some templates to give you insights into the diverse world of hybrid work (and starting points to help you along).
Have you ever attended a hybrid meeting remotely and wondered, “Do people in the office even notice me?” It’s not a great feeling when you’re sitting in your home office, barely able to join the conversation and ultimately feeling left out. But with Google Meet and Companion Mode, remote colleagues no longer have to worry about being literally “left out” of hybrid meetings. We’ll show you what interactive features Companion Mode has in store for you.
For hybrid working to succeed, teams need the correct tools to effectively communicate. We’ll show you how Google Chat can help you do just that.
Hybrid working and productivity – do they even go together? If you’re equipped with the tools from Google Workspace – then of course! In this blog article, we’ll explain how collaboration tools in hybrid work environments can help you and your team become more productive and work together more effectively.
That was it – unfortunately! Once again, the Tools4AgileTeams conference, the first in the hybrid format, was over far too quickly: Over 200 people met at our headquarters in Wiesbaden and over 1900 online to discuss, share, learn about the whole spectrum of agile working… We collected some feedback and also tell you where you can watch the first sessions of this year’s T4AT. Click here and have a look back at two fantastic days!