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Our work environments were evolving before the pandemic, but when the pandemic hit, everything changed. As a result, companies are obligated to completely rethink their work environments, processes, and employee relations. New ways of working have become commonplace, and new environments and processes are emerging. As a result, new working models will predominate, meaning that firms will have to speed up their change management to keep up with changing technology, customer expectations and employees’ needs. In this episode, we talk about what is happening to the work environment and how companies can successfully redesign their ways of working successfully.

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Lynda Gratton, one of the foremost global thought-leaders on the future of work, named by “Business Thinkers 50” as one of the top fifteen business thinkers and described as a “rock star” teacher. Her ten books, including the 100-Year Life, have sold over a million copies, and been translated into more than fifteen languages. Her latest book, published by MIT Press, is Redesigning Work: How to Transform Your Organization and Make Hybrid Work for Everyone. Over a decade ago Lynda founded HSM-Advisory, which has supported more than ninety companies around the world to future-proof their business strategy. Lynda is Professor of Management Practice at London Business School, where she received the “teacher of the year” award and designed and directs “the future of work” elective, one of the school’s most popular electives. Her research on hybrid work was featured as the cover article for Harvard Business Review in May 2021 and she explores issues of work in her MIT Sloan column. Lynda serves as a Fellow of the World Economic Forum and co-chairs the WEF Council on Work, Wages and Job Creation. Lynda has sat on the advisory board of Japan’s Prime Minister Abe and serves on the advisory board of several global companies. She lives in London.