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Agile & Hybrid management

The concept of Agile management relies on three essential pillars: Transparency, inspection, and adaptation.

On the other hand, Hybrid management aims to define objectives, responsibilities of each individual, and communicate them explicitly to the entire team, promoting inclusion so that everyone understands each other's tasks and thus positively impacting productivity.

So, what's the benefit of combining these two types of management? First, let's go back to the "basics"; we all have a clear understanding that a company's primary goal is survival. How does it achieve that? It's simple, through innovation! The innovation we're discussing here is focused on the internal organization of a company. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted more than ever that a company, and therefore its management, must always be "flexible," at any given moment. It was necessary to adapt and innovate in its organization to establish a relatively sustainable post-pandemic setup.

The major innovation, or upheaval for some, as you may already suspect, has been remote work. According to a report from INSEE, in 2021, on average, 22% of employees used telecommuting every week. Among those who worked remotely, 44% did so for the entire week, and 56% only for part of it. In total, 15% of the working days for all employees in 2021 were spent telecommuting.

Now, let's return to our main topic, namely agile and hybrid management, and why, in my opinion, it would be an asset for every company?

Being reactive in decision-making, flexible, and adaptable while valuing collective work through collaboration and interaction are the inherent characteristics of Agile management. Hybrid management, on the other hand, emphasizes internal communication, meaning establishing objectives and responsibilities, and most importantly, conveying and explaining this data to the entire team.

In a work system where remote work is becoming more prominent, a company must be responsive, improve its decision-making and organizational processes. Managerial adaptability and especially effective communication tools tailored to each structure, along with an inclusive distribution of tasks through agile and hybrid management, help maintain healthy team relationships. This stimulates teams in a positive manner, promoting optimal productivity. And let's not forget, of course, that this also impacts employee retention!

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