10 common mistakes in implementing hybrid work

What are the most common mistakes in implementing hybrid working and how can we avoid them?

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It is often said that hybrid working is here to stay. The truth is that it did 20 years ago, it’s just that many have not felt compelled to implement it until now.

In those two decades, at bicg we have implemented hybrid working in numerous organizations and continue to do so. That is why we’ve learned first-hand what works and what doesn’t, what it meant in the past and what it means today, the keys to making it an opportunity and the mistakes that make it a lesser evil (at best).

Here are 10 keys to what we have learned and what to avoid if we want our hybrid working model to be a success and an opportunity to work better in the future.

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