What you will learn:

The future of work is hybrid, and organizations around the world are figuring out how to best structure and organize their teams. When does it make sense for employees to work from home versus the office? How do managers foster collaboration among a team that's partially remote and partially onsite? How do leaders ensure that they're creating a fair and inclusive environment for their employees?

After this elective, leaders will understand the foundations of an effective hybrid work model, and get a step-by-step process that helps them manage their hybrid work arrangement effectively. They'll learn a four-part framework that explains how to analyze, plan, manage and evaluate a team's hybrid work arrangement in the new workplace. They'll also learn how to gain the benefits of a hybrid workplace model and maximize the advantages of remote and in-office work.

About the instructor:

Hassan Osman is a virtual teams, hybrid work, and project management thought leader. He is currently a PMO Director at Cisco Systems*, where he leads global virtual teams on delivering large and complex programs.

Prior to Cisco, he was a management consultant at Ernst & Young LLP, where he helped business leaders and executives at Fortune 500 companies run their programs more effectively.

He is the author of several #1 Amazon Bestselling books, including “Influencing Virtual Teams,” "Hybrid Work Management," and “Don’t Reply All.” Hassan has also conducted research at Harvard University related to virtual teams. He holds master’s degrees in management from Carnegie Mellon University and Harvard University, and also holds the PMP, CSM and ITIL certifications. He writes about managing remote teams on www.thecouchmanager.com

*Views are his own and not those of Cisco.
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Suggested Length:60 min(Flexible)
# of Employees: Flexible
Delivery: Live via Zoom
Available Formats:
  • Keynote Followed by Q&A
  • Lecture with Discussion
  • Interactive Workshop

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