In the office every day? That is not always necessary. The work space can at home, or elsewhere outside Office. Especially for the new and upcoming generation of workers. Telecommuting or agile working is becoming increasingly popular with organisations, but still itt has not taken off as quickly as was expected. This is partly die to the lack of information on agile working. Many office workers and employers put question marks on this way of working. In addition to this, there is a lot of anxiety amongst workers as well as employers. They are particularly concerned about the lack of supervision and social isolation.
Agile working is also for your customers
It would be good if organisations consider what Agile working could mean for the customer. Would the customer now get a better product and faster if he is involved in the process? Customer demand becomes more and more multidisciplinary. The cusstomer asks less to make something but wants us to contribute ideas to develop something with him. Agile Working is ideal for this. As a result, the multidisciplinary team can work at the customers offices, own office or somewhere in between. This requires an integrated interpretation of Agile Working on people, workplace design, ICT and process. Ultimately it is a matter of a smarter, more effective and efficient organisation that is going to work for the customer to eventually create an organisation that is future-proof and where client satisfaction is way above average.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of Agile Working for employee, employer and society?
The advantages and disadvantages of the new way of working or Agile Working.
Advantages for the employee
Concentration and productivity
Better balance work-family, performing care duties
Opportunities for people with disabilities
Less travel time
Less travel costs
Less Babysitting/Child Services (parents ‘ day/home)