The Future of Work in Scotland: Choosing hybrid ways of working: a UK government case study - Andrew Pope

The Future of Work Scotland team are pleased to bring you this intriguing session with Designing Collaboration consultancy co-owner Andrew Pope joining us from Australia.

Every team is different – building hybrid ways of work requires an approach that allows teams to make their own informed choices. This session shows both the game-based approach that allowed teams to make their own choices but also how to identify goals for hybrid working.

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What can our attendees expect to take away from the session?

● How a UK government agency approached hybrid working practices for Microsoft Teams
● An understanding on some of the key issues and goal areas
● Learning some of the more popular techniques selected for hybrid ways of work
● Learning how a collaborative game-based approach allowed for problem discovery, overcoming blockers and solution development

Here's some background on our awesome guest speaker for this session:

Andrew is co-owner of consultancy Designing Collaboration in the United Kingdom and Australia, and advises large and medium-sized organisations throughout Europe and the USA on digital strategy and leadership, virtual team & community building, and how to leverage collaboration tools for business impact.

Andrew has recently been advising UK Government clients on their hybrid working strategy for Microsoft Teams and a global sciences firm on digital teamworking skills in Microsoft 365. He has also worked with some well-known organisations on their digital collaboration strategies as well as devising engagement programs. He also works as a facilitator, moderating future workplace peer groups across northern Europe.

Andrew is also co-author, with Alister Webb, of Designing Collaboration – a series of books, games and tools to boost digital collaboration, team and community building.

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(Previously Scaling Agile and DevOps Scotland)