Synchronisation Matrix – Collaboration for Hybrid Models

Don’t let collaboration suffer in hybrid working…

In today’s changing work environment, two key concepts are often talked about: “synchronisation” and “on-site collaboration”. But what do they really mean and when do we need them?

Synchronisation is the simultaneous coordination of tasks, ensuring that everyone is on the same page and working together seamlessly. It relies on real-time collaboration, instant feedback and the power of human connection. It relies on real-time collaboration, instant feedback and the power of human connection.

On the other hand, on-site collaboration is about physically working together, encouraging face-to-face interactions and harnessing the energy created in shared spaces.

While some activities are best done in synchronisation and with on-site collaboration, we must recognise that not all tasks require these elements. In fact, in some cases, asynchronous work and remote collaboration can be just as effective, if not more so. The key is to find the right balance that maximises productivity and team engagement.

So how and where should we perform each task? By adopting a hybrid model, we can organise our workflows, analysing which team activities require synchronous interactions and which can be managed asynchronously. This allows us to optimise our collective efforts while respecting individual preferences.

To help you make the smartest decision and organise your work dynamics, we have prepared a template for you. It is designed to simplify your choices when deciding what to do, when to do it and how to bring your teams together effectively. Remember, it’s free to download – what are you waiting for?

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