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Dell Technologies shares insights for organisations in Asia Pacific & Japan to navigate a hybrid work future

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Dell Technologies shared insights to help organisations in Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) navigate and lead their teams into the hybrid work future. Titled Leading the Next Hybrid Workforce, the paper offers expert insights to complement and build on the findings outlined in the Dell Technologies Remote Work Readiness (RWR) Index, which was launched early this year.

The paper investigates the role of organisations in designing a hybrid work future and captures actionable insights and recommendations from four experts – Australian RMIT lecturer Dr Julian Waters-LynchJapan-based management consultant Rochelle Kopp, NUS lecturer Dr Rashimah Rajah from Singapore, as well as Mallory Loone, co-founder of learning and engagement fi­rm Work Inspires in Malaysia.

“With work today no longer anchored to a single place and moment in time, organisations must focus on outcomes and be ready to help their employees realise both their professional and personal roles effectively regardless of where they work. While eight in 10 employees across APJ expressed readiness for long-term remote work  there are still a number of factors that need to be addressed,” said Jean-Guillaume Pons, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Client Solutions Group, Asia Pacific, Japan and Greater China, Dell Technologies.

“As we move into the future of work, we hope these insights and learnings can help organisations shape a hybrid, ready-for-anything workforce in line with their business needs.”

Dell Technologies’ Leading the Next Hybrid Workforce insight paper outlines three key imperatives that organisations must prioritise as they lay the foundations for a successful and sustainable hybrid work arrangement: Leadership, Structure and Culture.

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