Run better meetings at hybrid workplaces

 Friday, March 25, 2022 


Various organizations are transforming their workplace in the post work pandemic structure. These will include the plans to construct hybrid meeting spaces. These seamless hybrid meetings are the result of thoughtful planning and documented best practices.

Emily Sugerman, a Research Analyst, explains that thoughtful planning, engaged participants, and accessible outputs will make a hybrid meeting successful, similar to the things that make an in-person meeting successful.

Both remote and in-person meeting planners and participants need to work together regarding the sharing of meeting information. Both the planners and participants must participate, and ensure all voices are heard, and where meeting outputs can be found and used after the event.

Info-Tech explains that hybrid workplace challenges that organizations need to consider and account for. There are some challenges in conducting these meetings. A few of them are, regarding the availability and familiarity with all the new tools and minimize meetings and video fatigues.

Info-Tech recommends that hybrid meetings support how every team works and runs meetings. This is important because even within one organization different teams and departments may have different norms and expectations around how meetings are held and may have developed unique approaches during their remote work experience throughout the pandemic.

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