In today´s constantly changing working environments, leaders are faced with the dual challenge of managing employees remotely and face to face due to the increasing amount of virtual collaboration. The head of Kemtpen Business School, Katrin Winkler, has published the research report ‘Managing and Leading Hybrid Teams’ together with Svenja König and Claudia Heß. The publication is available for download for free.
The booklet examines the specific challenges and required competences of hybrid teams in greater detail and provides valuable tips on how to cope with these challenges in day-to-day business life. It helps developing and taking advantage of the broad scope of opportunities that hybrid teamwork offers for both the organization as a whole and the team members as individuals.
More leaders are faced with the challenge of managing employees remotely and face to face, combining the best of both worlds.Prof. Dr. Katrin Winkler
“During the Covid pandemic, amazing things that had previously seemed unthinkable to many were suddenly possible. The last two years have made working in the virtual space a routine. Although remote working also has its disadvantages, people in companies and institutions will not want to miss this form of flexibility in the future. Thus, more and more leaders are faced with the challenge of managing employees remotely and face to face, combining the best of both worlds. This book talks about hybrid team leadership. Hybrid teams in which members can flexibly determine their working time and place must systematically redefine processes and forms of communication to make this collaboration compatible.”
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