Esther van der Storm, among others, made a quadrant Telemarketing List for this that indicates how place- and time-independent work relate to each other . Quadrant with horizontal synchronous and asynchronous, and vertical same place and different place 'You work Telemarketing List at home, you work together at the office' Many organizations talk about a split between independent and focused work — from now on, employees can mainly do this from home — and Telemarketing List interactive collaboration — this should mainly take place in the office.
Then most people can manage with two days Telemarketing List at the office and three days at home, or possibly the other way around if the position requires it. A great split at first glance, right? That's what I thought too… until Chris Tubb showed that the Telemarketing List chance of meeting people on the same day for a 'live' meeting or gathering in such a division of home versus office is nil. If you want to work with 5 people who are all in the office two days a Telemarketing List week, the chance that you will find a suitable day and time is only 5 percent.
Table showing how often people work from Telemarketing List home and how likely it is that they can meet at the office Ask yourself 7 questions about (hybrid) working But there is more than just place and time-independent working. Especially when we talk Telemarketing List about hybrid works. In this light, Jitske Kramer already wrote in November 2020 in her book ' Work has left the building ' (affiliate) that “Hybrid working stands for flexible choice of the Telemarketing List location where the work takes place” and immediately adds.