Smart Working Project consists of the auditing and designing of the Smart Working Policy implemented, and the support of the project team in defining the Smart Working milestones for the company. The characteristics of each business are related to the goods and production sectors, size, quality and efficacy of the organizational and technological tools, climate and leadership styles and quality of communication. Suitable choices have to made in relation to what smart working should be, the timeframes and spaces that can be created and made accessible to workers, and what procedures are to be activated.
Smart Working Policy consists of the procedure definition and adoption phases suitable for the experimentation and setting up of new flexible work models.
What is the Smart Working Project?
Why is the Smart Working Project useful?
Smart Working Project supports the company in defining the Policy that most suits its specific features, making project choices align with the specific production categories, geographic location, size of company, cultural maturity of the organization, quality of the corporate climate and leadership styles adopted.
The policies are not the same for everyone: it is vital to understand whether the company wishes to start off with one smart working day, or integrate the method from the start, into the ordinary organisational tools either with a pilot project of a small group of persons or one immediately extended to the entire corporate staff, or else proceed with a unilateral design to identify the smart projects.
What are the advantages of the Smart Working Project?
The Smart Working Project helps the company identify the best Policy for its characteristics. A correct definition of the policy enhances the success probability of the experiment, cutting down the demands for corrective actions along the way, false expectations and useless investments.
How do you set up a Smart Working Project?
The Smart Working Project consists in consultancy support to the project Team, aimed at defining the corporate Policy, which is a document or design tool that acts as a benchmark for the entire corporate staff and project Team.