Briefing2 hours

Hybrid Work Briefing

Most organizations have identified hybrid work, in which employees split time between the office and remote work, as a core element of their workforce model. Many HR and IT leaders need to revisit their strategy to support and optimize hybrid work as a permanent feature of workforce management. WWT's Hybrid Work Spectrum helps organizations visualize their balance between on-site and remote workers so that we can help organizations determine their requirements and priorities and budget allocation.


This briefing is designed to help organizations understand where they land on the Hybrid Work Spectrum and provide guidance on what's needed to successfully optimize hybrid work strategy and technology for the long-term. 

WWT's Hybrid Work Spectrum helps organizations map requirements to support diverse employees

We'll help you:

  • Leverage a framework for mapping which employee personas return to the office versus remain remote.
  • Discuss your existing technology landscape – automation, collaboration, networking, security, and visibility and analytics – to identify gaps in fully optimized hybrid work and ways to address them.
  • Identify specific metrics to track and monitor to measure the success of your hybrid work model.
  • Prioritize next steps for improving your physical spaces and empowering employees to work seamlessly in the office, at home and everywhere in between.

WWT has a deep understanding of hybrid work models and technologies. Our consultative expertise allows us to align, develop, execute and optimize your hybrid work strategy. These capabilities, combined with our world-class partnerships with leading OEMs in space management, videoconferencing, digital signage, modern management, IoT, automation, security, and networking make WWT the partner for all things hybrid work. 

What is a Briefing? A briefing is a scheduled meeting with a WWT subject matter expert, typically in person or live via Webex, who will present an overview of topics, technologies, capabilities or market trends. Attendees have the opportunity to ask questions specific to their organization. Briefings are delivered at no cost.

Who Should Attend? CIOs and IT directors, Digital Workspace and employee experience champions, Unified Communications and Collaboration leaders, or anyone with a material interest and responsibility for delivering, implementing and supporting hybrid work.