IDC PeerScape: Lessons Learned from Leadership for a Hybrid Future of Work

IDC PeerScape: Lessons Learned from Leadership for a Hybrid Future of Work

  • December 2021 •
  • 8 pages •
  • Report ID: 6192394 •
  • Format: PDF
This IDC PeerScape discusses eight senior executives' best practices and lessons in leadership for building an ever-evolving hybrid workplace that is collaborative and productive and sustainable over time. One surprising finding from the leaders that IDC spoke with is that organizations are meeting their goals -- and some are even surpassing targets and growing revenue. The companies shared how they develop new ways to collaborate, address technology deficits at home, align leadership teams, and sustain culture -- all while employing technology to seamlessly transition to and from multiple work locations. IDC offers insights on these new practices and how hybrid is truly about seamlessly enabling work, regardless of a person's physical location. "It's clear from our research that remote and hybrid work models will be an embedded part of accepted work practices long term as a way to address both employee needs for flexibility and employer requirements for work that is done in more agile and productive ways," said Amy Loomis, research director for IDC's Future of Work program. "Seamless and secure access to people, data, and applications requires maintaining context between experiences and across locations, so employees can bring their work to them and bring themselves to their work."
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