Hybrid work has been gaining traction in recent times. However, accelerated growth poses significant challenges for career growth. The primary reason for the hybrid model’s varied adoption is the lack of clarity of policies.
The intent of policymakers within the organizations often gets overshadowed by infrastructure and behavioral challenges. In the case of global organizations, the hyperlocal nature of centers in different geographies makes an international policy impossible. It is hard for employees to thrive in a hybrid setup without understanding the exact impact.
The dilution of communication often leads to attrition. The course aims to bring a holistic picture of hybrid work. The first-hand perspective from a third world sheds more light on the issues often left undiscussed.
The course aims to capture the essence of the discussions which should happen but rarely do. The lecture and assignments are food for thought for all.
Unless one realizes the difference of challenges between a twenty-something single employee from the valley and an employee in their late thirties supporting a family in a developing country, the policies will pose a challenge for most teams.
The course also provides some initial solutions to ponder about. As one of the early lectures mentions, there are no silver bullets but giving up isn’t an option either.