New Work

New What?

New market conditions, rapidly changing customer needs, digital transformation everywhere — prior to the appearance of COVID-19, companies were being confronted with new challenges more and more frequently. And learning how to cope with them to serve both their employees and their customers. Even before the pandemic, the needs of employees as well as their demands for an inspiring and functional working environment had become a major issue.

The coronavirus crisis has intensified this pressure to act, accelerating reforms while simultaneously changing the previous reality of New Work. Even companies that had already embarked on a journey to the new working world must now return to questions about how they want to work and collaborate in the future. Will they aim to increase employee satisfaction and productivity or to mine potential savings?

New Working Worlds

Viewed in this setting, the current situation can be seized as a unique opportunity to rethink from the ground up new working worlds and ways of working. We will be happy to offer to you our assistance based on our New Work approach. It comprises four dimensions that must be considered in equal measure:

  1. Organization & Framework
  2. Places & Spaces
  3. Tools & Technologies
  4. People & Engagement

At the heart of concept is so-called activity-based working. This is both the prerequisite and the result of a holistic implementation of the new normal/New Work. Essentially, it means that employees can choose the working environment that is optimal for each activity. The aim here is to develop a general concept that suits the company, its current position, and its strategy.

Our Consulting Service

Is there more to New Work than just hip premises? What is to be done if our employees demand mobile working even after COVID-19? How do we prepare our employees and managers for the future working world?
Together we will find answers to your questions and develop a working culture and environment that will help you to respond more quickly and flexibly to social, economic, and technological requirements in the future.

  • Conduct of a New Work Readiness Check
  • Development of a vision for future work in the company
  • Development of use cases and archetypes
  • Analysis of requirements
  • Development of a holistic, company-specific New Work concept based on our four dimensions (Organization & Framework, Places & Spaces, Tools & Technologies, People & Engagement)
  • Creation of spatial concepts, guidelines for IT equipment, and works agreement templates
  • Development and implementation of measures for managers and employees for cultural change
  • Support during negotiations with the social partner
  • Holistic support of transformation through development and implementation of an overarching change and communication framework

Your Contact

Dr. Tanja Matt
Senior Consultant
+49 89 54636582

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