How would we work if we were completely free to choose? How can individual autonomy and team collaboration be aligned in the best possible way? Do we need rules and guidelines to install new ways of working or are mutual respect and situational communication strong enough as mediators? That’s exactly the question that the initiators of the “Future Work Experience” at Swiss Post asked themselves.
At the Learning Innovation Conference in April Barbara Josef and I had the honor to present the insights of a study that evaluated the learnings of two teams during a 9-month experiment at Swiss Post within their strategic initiative “Work Smart”. The presentation focused on promoting and hindering forces of a learning culture towards a more agile collaboration