Complete the brief Work Flexibility Assessment to discover what’s working and not working, and what to do instead.
I. Structure + Approach
II. Communication + Coordination
III. Adoption + Performance
IV. Culture + Well-Being
By taking this assessment, we will be able to diagnose whether these areas are working, not working, or in the danger zone with regard to your flexibility strategy execution.
Flexible workplace execution doesn’t happen by accident.
High Performance Flexibility™ only works
when it’s done with intention.
Many companies are struggling with the transition from a crisis-driven disruption of work to defining the flexible way they will work next. How do they meet the needs of people and the business when one-size-will-not-fit-all? Every company is different. Teams within the same organization may require diverse approaches based on the work they do. Some work may be done best on site, while other tasks and priorities may be performed better remotely. Figuring out how to define the best approach and then execute it in a fair and consistent way has left many organizations in flux.
Flex+Strategy Group has decades of experience helping leaders build high performance, flexible organizations. We guide managers and their teams step-by-step through a proven process that structures and executes the right approach to how, when and where work can be done for your business.
For over 20 years, I’ve been the CEO of Flex+Strategy Group and the leading authority on building high performance, flexible organizations. I’ve helped thousands of businesses reimagine how, when and where work is done.
87% of executives and directors say finding the right workplace model is important to their organization’s success, but only 24% feel their organizations are “very ready” to do it. (Deloitte) That’s a wide gap but it doesn’t have to be that way for your business. We have a proven process that gets you from knowing you need to take action to doing it, efficiently and effectively!
Take this assessment to uncover what your organization needs to transition successfully.