Leaders Toolbox - Creating a Hybrid Workplace that Works
How can organisations and leaders utilize physical interactions and digital communication infrastructure for effective hybrid work?
One of today’s critical organisational challenges is to enable teams to work in an efficient and sustainable way from a combination of office, home and co-working space.
Hybrid work requires organisations to rethink how to structure work communication, digital and face-to-face presence among team members, and to consider how to manage long-term effects on individual and team functioning. Is it possible to build collaborative relationships and social connections while working hybrid?
In this Leader’s Toolbox Professor Sut I Wong will discuss strategies for building a well- functioning hybrid workplace, while Margrethe Gotschalksen from Finn.no will showcase how her organisation has developed a hybrid work model, a road map from office redesign to cultivation of collaborative culture.
08:30 - 09:00 Registration and refreshments outside auditorium C1-010.
09:00 - 09:45 Creating a Hybrid Workplace that Works
09:45 - 10:00 Q&A
- Time:Friday, 10 June 2022 08:30 - 10:00
- Place:Campus Oslo - Auditorium C1-050
- Enrolment deadline:10.06.2022 09:15
- Contact:Outreach (email@example.com)
Margrethe R. Gotschalksen
Margrethe R. Gotschalksen works as a Senior Project Manager for Strategic Projects in FINN.no. Leading the FINN Way of Work project forming the strategy and the principles for the Hybrid work life model and implementation of the new model in the organisation.
Sut I Wong
Sut I Wong is a Professor and Head of Department of Communication and Culture at BI Norwegian Business School, where she cofounded the Nordic Centre for Internet and Society. She teaches executive programs on digitalisation and leading in digitised workplaces.
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