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Last updated: 03 August 2021

Smart Working: 5 Steps to Rethink Work

How to Revolutionise the Way You Think about Work

In the ever-changing, global world we live in, keeping up with new needs, possibilities, and lifestyles is becoming more and more difficult. New technologies, smart devices, and being constantly connected makes it nearly impossible not to have an impact on the work environment. This is why Market Inspector has created a simple infographic to help you rethink your work in a smarter way, according to the principles of ‘Smart Working.’

Smart Working is a set of managerial practices created to help businesses and institutions rethink their approach to work, and to encourage them to embrace digital innovations. The idea behind it is to give people autonomy and flexibility in choosing where, when, and how to work, focusing on results and outcomes instead of counting work hours in the office.

In fact, research has shown that people are more productive when they are able to work in a way that suits them best. The main principles of the Smart Working philosophy involve five areas of work life: leadership, workplace, technology, estate, and people and culture. Within each of these areas, certain initiatives can be taken, which will improve the work life and the productivity of employees. The inforgraphic below explains the five steps of how to use Smart Working principles to rethink your approach to work.

5 Ways to Rethink Smart working

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