The choice and collaboration paradox post-Covid
It seems that recently, barely a day passes when leaders in most organisations are not discussing choice and collaboration. The challenge is that these two concepts, while equally desirable for most businesses, are not obvious bedfellows when it comes to the workplace. However, the benefits of both choice and collaboration are clear. So, what’s the problem?
We’re beginning to see the reality of these two concepts playing out. On the one hand, people want choice, and businesses are keen to offer that as an incentive to stay. On the other hand, there are, at times, good reason to spend time together in person. What happens when that need clashes with the choice of individuals?
In our latest blog from Dan Wakelin, which was written for CoreNet Global's members, he explores this conundrum in more detail and what he has observed and concluded from his work with multiple global organisations.
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