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What Is Hybrid Work? Making The Hybrid Work Model Fit Your Team

William Malsam
Publication date:
November 10, 2021
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What Is Hybrid Work? Making The Hybrid Work Model Fit Your Team

Hybrid work is a work schedule where employees divide their time between working in an office and working at home. Before the pandemic, the term distributed teams referred to this hybrid work model, but it is now more than just remote or distributed teams. Project management software is key in supporting people who work from home, but it can also provide tools to work the way they want. Hybrid work combines traditional methods such as waterfall and agile approaches, and involves multiple departments of a company. The hybrid work model refers to teams that are distributed across many locations, with varying skill sets and different tools.

It provides teams with a framework to collaborate and work together better, allowing them to stay productive by taking techniques from different methodologies. It is supported by organizations for a number of reasons, such as giving teams autonomy and flexibility, fostering collaboration, positive work relationships and effective work habits. During the pandemic, organizations that adopted a hybrid work model were able to maintain business operations, while industries that were unable or unwilling to suffered economic consequences.


hybrid work, multi-site companies, distance working, flexible working, working from home, remote workers, telecommuting

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William Malsam
What Is Hybrid Work? Making The Hybrid Work Model Fit Your Team
November 10, 2021
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