Remote working has reached its peak of popularity in recent years, due to the pandemic and successive periods of mandatory confinement, but it is likely to continue to be a trend in the future. A Gallup study reveals that 53% of employees expect to continue working in hybrid work arrangements and 24% expect to work exclusively remotely, for example.
These new 100% remote or hybrid working models will require new approaches to leadership, talent management, communication, and collaboration between teams to ensure that everyone remains productive and involved with the organization’s culture.
After passing through the office and our own home, the workplace has migrated to internet cafés, libraries, and other coworking spaces. Working ‘from anywhere’ is the new normal that gives force to concepts such as corporate nomad or digital nomad. Thanks to the advancement of technology and increased work flexibility in organizations worldwide, traveling and carrying the office on your shoulders is now a lifestyle adopted by employees, freelancers, entrepreneurs, or investors in various areas.