Why strong leadership defines hybrid success – not technology
It is becoming clear that technology alone cannot create healthy hybrid working environments, leadership can play a critical role in making new ways of working a success
The age of experiment: why hybrid work strategies need to evolve
Companies instituting strict hybrid work polices have been facing backlash from employees who feel their needs aren’t being met. Leaders need to experiment, learn and evolve their policies to bridge this gap
Why sustainability needs to take top priority in business
In recent years ESG initiatives have been creeping up the list of priorities, but the pace of change is not happening quickly enough which could have a damaging impact on profit and staff retention
Culture clash: has the pandemic really damaged company cohesion?
As leaders argue for employees to return to the office to boost company culture, this WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing highlights research which suggests that employees think culture is thriving
Get ready: how prepared are employees for the future of work?
Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a new index to measure worker ‘readiness’ for the future of work, at mergers in the flex-space market, and at new reports set to be launched at our Sydney conference
Going global: how to manage international business expansion in a post-Covid era
From cultural cohesion to supercharging people with the right technology, Moneypenny’s CEO Joanna Swash explains the challenges and opportunities for growing an SME business overseas
How can companies use culture to drive business advantage?
As competition for talent intensifies, companies need to reconnect with their values and what really matters to their business. A new report suggests that re-evaluating culture could be the first step
How to revive culture and wellbeing in a flexible world of work
Company culture and employee wellbeing suffered during the pandemic – and both will need rebuilding to suit a more flexible workforce. A new report from Condeco looks at the key challenges ahead and how technology might help