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This month we look at the insights and inputs on the topic of building human systems.
As we move into this new paradigm of business following the pandemic, where change is the only constant, we must ask ourselves how we become more familiar with navigating the uncertainty this represents. We must also look at how we manage our fears more constructively and incorporate human systems into a new hybrid workplace model.
The rich diversity of perspectives and experience from leaders around the globe on such an important topic is a great start for organisations looking to evolve and adapt quickly to an ever changing environment. The need to start redesigning our systems and creating a more human centered workplace is a multi-layered subject that should currently be on everyone’s agenda.
I hope you enjoy this issue of Moments of Insights and the learning it brings !
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