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Making hybrid work human  

      • Economist Impact, sponsored by Google Workspace, is conducting a multi-phase research programme to assess the prospects for hybrid work around the world. By combining a literature review, expert interviews and a global survey, Economist Impact is aiming to identify effective practices, sidestep avoidable mistakes and ultimately develop recommendations for creating human-centred hybrid work models that will best serve organisations, employees and society at large over the long term.
      • This executive summary, the opening piece of this programme, is focused on defining hybrid work, contextualising current trends in terms of the history of work, presenting a mission for the research to come, and offering the earliest findings.
      • This ongoing hybrid work revolution is, at the risk of hubris, probably unlike any other in our lifetimes. Everything from the way we commute to the way we interact with others—near and far, colleagues and strangers alike—is changing. 

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      Making hybrid work human, Economist Impact, sponsored by Google Workspace.


      Economist Impact

      Making hybrid work human is a multi-phased research programme, conducted by Economist Impact and sponsored by Google Workspace, studying emerging models of work.

      Google Workspace

      Google Workspace (formerly known as Google Apps and later G Suite) is a collection of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed and marketed by Google. It was first launched in 2006 as Google Apps for Your Domain and rebranded as G Suite in 2016. Google Workspace consists of Gmail, Contacts, Calendar, Meet and Chat for communication; Currents for employee engagement; Drive for storage; and the Google Docs suite for content creation. An Admin Panel is provided for managing users and services. Depending on edition Google Workspace may also include the digital interactive whiteboard Jamboard and an option to purchase such add-ons as the telephony service Voice. The education edition adds a learning platform Google Classroom and today has the name Workspace for Education

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      • While we’re aware that change is occurring, the contours of it are still unclear. As our interviewees stress, one of the most important qualities that will help organisations and workers navigate the hybrid work revolution is adaptability.
      • This is because our understanding of hybrid work is still in its infancy. 
      • In 1920 Max Weber, a German sociologist, said that the separation of the worker’s place of work from their home had “extraordinarily far-reaching” consequences. A century later, the shift of work back to a home (or hybrid) setting will similarly have a profound impact on organisations, workers and societies across the world. Those who remain nimble and open-minded are the ones most likely to benefit from it. 
      • Over the coming months, Economist Impact will be exploring all these issues in greater depth through a series of expert blogs, a global survey and finally a briefing paper that will tie the whole research programme together. Stay tuned—from wherever you’re working.

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      Learned lessons, Economist Impact, sponsored by Google Workspace


      • The success of hybrid work models depends on an organisation’s flexibility, the agency it affords its employees and its management’s cultural adaptability. 
      • Will organisations be able to reap the benefits of hybrid work? Experts interviewed for this programme actually expect many organisations to fail at hybrid work or, at the very least, tinker relentlessly before finding an approach that works for them.
      • However, through thoughtful design of their hybrid work models, organisations can position themselves for success. While specific, granular recommendations will be developed only in the following phases of this programme, Economist Impact has identified some general guidelines in this first phase.

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