The other tip from Christian Busch that I hit on was ‘project funeral’. When something goes wrong, we often don’t share it with the world, but we want to quickly forget it. But, what if you make a moment of it and take a moment to reflect on the lessons you have learned, then that can just offer very nice opportunities. Busch cites an example from a washing machine manufacturer. The company received many complaints from farmers whose washing machine kept breaking down. What turned out? The farmers also washed their potatoes in the machine. potatoes? Then, as a manufacturer, you could of course tell these farmers that they should leave the beepers out of the drum from now on because washing machines are only intended for clothing. But this company saw an opportunity in this unexpected insight. Apparently
there was a specific need among farmers.
In short, we cannot ignore the latest tech developments, so anyone who is smart draws lessons from practice and uses it in the right place. NFTs, algorithms, they are going to play an increasing role in the lives of all of us and the way companies act. As long as you remain aware that the digital first world requires and actively anticipates different routines, I sincerely believe that tech can make our lives easier, and ourselves more productive and creative.
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Hybrid working is so hot that sometimes it seems like no one wants to burn their fingers on it. Leaders, managers, HR, ICT, Facilities: they all look at each other – and at Communication. In the meantime, everyone hopes that hybrid work will work itself out. Below I discuss why this is a VP Security Email List dangerous illusion, what you can do about it as an internal communication professional and what you need to do.
Hybrid working is here to stay, we are all behind that. Even the venerable SER comes to that c , full of meaningful recommendations. (Don’t have time for all 100+ pages? Then only read pages 75 to 85). If the SER says it, then it’s good right?
Only 28% of organizations have a hybrid working policy.