Lynda Gratton is a pioneering thinker and globally recognized authority on the future of work. With over three decades of research under her belt, she offers an insightful perspective on the technological, demographic, cultural, and societal trends that are driving the future of work. Drawing on her extensive experience and learnings from the pandemic, Gratton presents a groundbreaking four-step framework for redesigning work that will help organizations create more engaging and fulfilling work environments.
This comprehensive guide offers a deep understanding of how to tap into what motivates employees and drive performance, while reimagining creative and innovative ways of working. It also provides practical tips on how to model and test new approaches within your organization, and how to ensure that your redesign efforts lead to lasting benefits.
With real-world examples of companies that have successfully tackled the challenges of the evolving work landscape, such as HSBC, Fujitsu, and Telstra, Redesigning Work is the ultimate resource for organizations seeking to create a more effective, sustainable, and human-centric work culture. Whether you’re leading a small team or a multinational corporation, this book will help you transform your organization and make hybrid working work for you.
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