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Hybrid working: organisational development
Hybrid working: organisational development

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At the start of this course we asked you to think about your organisation’s ways of working and to consider whether:

‘Universities are well-placed to collaborate with partners across Wales to support our nation’s recovery from the pandemic and build Wales’ future together.’

In the video below Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, shares her views on the role of HEIs for protecting future generations

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Take time to reflect on the video and what you have learned about how organisations are operating now, the considerations for planning and adapting in uncertain times, the impact of digital transformation, and the importance of embedding sustainable working practices, as well as meeting both the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015’s seven well-being goals and net zero targets.

Which areas do you feel your organisation is doing well in, and what may require improvement?

As your organisation evolves to succeed and protect the wellbeing of future generations, continue to develop your own skills and understanding for hybrid ways of working for HEIs, and think about how you can use the contextual framework to assist you long term.

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Figure 1 (repeated): Hybrid ways of working: a contextual sustainability framework
  1. You and your ways of working should take account of the key stakeholders within your environment and their needs in relation to organisational development.
  2. You need to understand organisational requirements, the context, connections, and requirements for key areas of focus and how these relate to the needs of your stakeholders.
  3. You need to consider your ways of working for the wellbeing of future generations.

This course is part of the Supporting hybrid working in Wales [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] collection, which you may wish to explore further.