Hybrid Workplace Strategy

Create a thriving workplace for the work-from-anywhere future.

Hybrid Workplace Strategy Matters

Microsoft Study: Microsoft Work Trend Index

of employees want hybrid workplaces
of leaders are redesigning office space
of workers are considering a job switch

Hybrid Work Questions We Help Answer

To maintain a thriving hybrid workplace, leaders must consistently ask tough questions. The right hybrid workplace strategy addresses these and many other aspects of a hybrid work model:

Talent, Culture and HR Policy

  • How will we maintain our culture with associates working in a hybrid virtual world?

Compatibility of Remote Work

  • What jobs and/or key responsibilities must be performed on-site?
  • What jobs can be performed remotely or hybrid?

Leadership and Associate Engagement

  • How will we foster virtual leadership?
  • How will we enable associates to collaborate remotely with ease, flexibility and speed?

Employee Communication

  • How will we ensure effective and consistent communication as a company at all levels?
  • How will we gather ongoing feedback from employees to design the best hybrid workplace we can?

Ready to implement hybrid work model best practices with ease?

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Our Approach to Building a Sustainable Hybrid Workplace

Our hybrid workplace design experts collaborate with you to make strategic decisions that meet your business and workforce needs.



  • Define leaders’ strategic intent for the hybrid workplace, assess current state and remote work compatibility, and prepare hybrid workplace recommendations.
  • Facilitate hybrid workplace leadership decisions and define high-level impacts, including real estate needs.


  • Define HR policies and hybrid-operating norms using our “Best Practice Guide” and “Policy Accelerators.”
  • Define the hybrid workplace norm implications.


  • Define initiatives and change strategy to transition to the hybrid workplace.
  • Prepare targeted learning and leader and employee toolkits to support hybrid workplace operating norms and define additional impacts to jobs, teams and units.


  • Continue identifying additional impacts to jobs, teams and units, and start implementing changes to transition to a hybrid workplace.
  • Implement change strategy and plan, including leader toolkits, associate toolkits and learning courses.
  • Complete preparation of remaining roadmap initiatives, implement initiatives as they are ready and continue change support.

For a firsthand look at our remote work business model, read “Office Optional: How to Build a Connected Culture With Virtual Teams.”

President Larry English tells the story of how our virtual consulting firm started — and how companies can follow suit with an office-optional culture.




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