Four productivity lessons for the new normal

During COVID the constraints of commuting and fixed working hours suddenly vanished. Staff experienced freedom to manage their work flexibly while benefitting from free time from not commuting. It’s no wonder staff are reluctant to return to the ‘old ways’ of pre-COVID, with what are now seen as rigid structures, controls and constraints. Returning toContinue reading “Four productivity lessons for the new normal”

The great debate about the death of the office is not new.

After the global financial crisis in 2008, organisations focussed on reducing office space to cut costs, becoming leaner and more flexible in the post-recession fight for survival.  This time the office space reduction trend is driven by proof that the vast majority can work from home. There is a risk that organisations make the sameContinue reading “The great debate about the death of the office is not new.”