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Hybrid Working

Loop Transformation Process to becoming a Hybrid Performing Organisation

Hybrid working has come to stay. Decision-makers, managers and change facilitators are asking themselves how they can effectively design the change to a hybrid working organisation.

Our formula "1-5-6" brings to the point what is important in this transformation. Focusing on one key, five levers and six phases enables organisations to successfully follow their own path towards becoming a Hybrid Performing Organisation.

The key lies in the transformation of culture, because the way of interacting in an Hybrid Performing Organisation changes in a comprehensive sense. The five levers provide guidance and information on where to start in the organisation to change what in order to effectively transform its culture. Consciously moving through six phases of the transformation process ensures that the Hybrid Performing Organisation is boldly advanced and culturally anchored.

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We believe in strong cooperations: We develop our offerings around hybrid performing organisations in cooperation with denkmodell.

Loop Transformation Process

Our Loop Transformation Process is the answer to the often complex and dynamic setting in which our customers find themselves. In a sequence of loops, the transformation process can be managed and progress can be made step by step, learning from each previous step. 

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With each loop, the organisation moves one step further on its path to becoming a hybrid performing organisation. It enables the organisation to implement the actions that are needed at that exact moment and to make the best use of the resources provided. 

Next steps:

  1. Schedule a discovery call directly or write us an email.

  2. During the discovery call, we get to know each other better and jointly formulate your specific needs.

  3. We send you a tailored offer, discuss it and set the terms together.

  4. We start working on becoming a hybrid performing organisation.

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