Hybrid working: organisational development
In the last few years, all sectors including the higher education sector have had to react to unprecedented change and uncertainty. The COVID-19 global pandemic required us to continually adapt, as restrictions and guidance changed between 2019 and 2022. Many higher education institutions (HEIs) are reflecting on lessons learned from reactive ways of working during the pandemic and evolving their working practices and policies to consider inclusive and proactive ways of working in a hybrid environment.
This free course, which is part of the Supporting hybrid working and digital transformation collection [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] , is designed to give you the opportunity to consider the environment and context in which you, your team, and your organisation operate, and to encourage you to reflect on whether your current strategies, models, values and culture are fit for purpose. We will signpost the digital skills and capabilities required to meet your objectives in the post-pandemic hybrid working world and will take a holistic approach to wellbeing and sustainability, drawing on the Well-being Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015.
Throughout the course there are documents, reports and articles. While you are encouraged to read these, the timings for activities will provide an indication if you are expected to read them in detail. Some are long and you may wish to save them for future reference and read them in full at a later date.