Is Flexibility a one-way Street?
Workplace and job flexibilization are on everyone’s mind, discussed across all media platforms, and indispensable to any corporate agenda. One quickly gets the impression that it’s largely an employee-driven topic that serves above all to enable the nice life demanded by the oft-mentioned Generation Y. However, the flexibilization of working models and structures in the interest of future-oriented organizations – which want to be agile and more able to act tomorrow – is often neglected.
Where do you start with the Flexibilization of rigid Structures?
The good news is that flexibilization is a development that ultimately benefits all stakeholders: the employees who can work more on a life-cycle basis; the organization, which becomes more agile, productive, and able to act. What’s missing are spaces in which employees can actively and proactively find solutions for their flexible work requests. After all, such a comprehensive topic like flexibilization cannot be tackled solely by HR and management (top-down) in the organization. You need meeting rooms and solutions as in the middle!
A Software for Flexible Working – and Thinking
Who says that every job best fits into 40 hours a week? That a leader cannot be a tandem pair? That a team is not a mosaic of different working hours – with shared knowledge that does not just depend on one person? Flexibilization is not a one-way street, but rather a development that can make employees and executives more successful together. If flexible work is genuinely brought into the organization, it simultaneously becomes the most important prerequisite for flexible thinking and acting – and thus for a successful digital transformation.
Our software helps your organization become truly flexible.
Getting on the Path to Flexible Work!
These Tandemploy SaaS modules are ideally suited to make your working models and structures increasingly flexible – based on the proposed solutions and actual needs of your employees:
Flexibilization in our Blog
Read more about Flexibilization on our blog, where we regularly write, report, and interview about flexible forms of work and open organizational structures.