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Topic: How can we make this resource better?
In this spiring of open source - please share how we can make this resource better / more valuable / more action-oriented for you?
- one thought would be some sort of digest from you on your thoughts. Which ideas were really unique? Anything you’re seeing actually play out to be true? Maybe a monthly summary from you?
Topic: Who’s tweaking their practices now and wants to share?
- Some of you mentioned you’re already re: calibrating your practices. What are you seeing? What are you learning?
- we were semi-distributed before, and paying close attention to other trends around how companies envision returni
Topic: How is work going to be different?
- I think we'll start doing a lot more remote culture activities.!
- Remote culture building FTW,
! I think workplace flexibility will be key. Employees need to be empowered to have a say in what works best for the (i.e. remote, etc)
Topic: Have you ever recruited the whole company to work with you - what did you learn?
- So as the HRD in my company I have taken this opportunity to try out a few new things under one of my working strategy pillars “Fail faster and more often” As we’re a small company I have ‘recruited’ all 60 employees to work with me and consider a cross functional volunteer led system. I held a digital Design Thinking workshop last week and have now set out both Taskforces (larger cross-functional projects) and Initiatives (Quick wins with input from others) So far there is a good amount of engagement and people seems to be really happy to volunteer themselves to get stuff done and work in a certain amount of ambiguity but there’s also a worry that people will feel overloaded. Not wanting to lose momentum, has anyone else tried this approach before? what did you learn?