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Opinion: HomeOffice is not a majority decision

The corona pandemic suddenly catapulted millions of people worldwide into the home office and also “held them captive” there for a long time. Terms such as the “new normality of work” were quickly coined. Later, in view of the situation after the end of the pandemic, this became the model of “hybrid working”.

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Hybrid working means: we work in the office, at home or on the go, wherever we are. I still think it’s a good idea, but there are all sorts of challenges to overcome. I also have the feeling that we still have a long way to go on the way to a true hybrid working model. Rather, what we are experiencing at the moment is a tugging. The supporters of face work try to get people back into the office, on the other hand the friends of home work try to defend their status.

Participants who have benefited from the pandemic and who want to benefit from hybrid work in the future also get involved in the discussion. This is completely normal, but one must not allow oneself to be guided or influenced by these interests.

Even before the pandemic, I often and happily worked from home, but I still faced completely new challenges that I had to and still have to overcome.

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In Suddenly HomeOffice: You don’t just go home and work, I dealt with the general advantages and problems of working from home. I had previously suspected that there was a harmful dose, but had not experienced it myself.

That changed in 2020, and this is how the contribution HomeOffice Koller was created: The danger is real.

In the spring of 2021, after a year of pandemic, I wrote down the experiences I had made in Ein Jahr “Extreme HomeOffice”: Learning Effects and Wishes for the Future.

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I’m linking to these articles because, quite immodestly, I still think they’re worth reading and very important. Many of the aspects discussed in it are currently encountering me again in the discussions about the optimal working model for the future. Unfortunately, I very often have the feeling that in the end you want to reach a majority decision that is then binding for everyone. Presence work, home office, hybrid work – what should it be in the end?

For me there is no majority decision on this issue, no consensus on which one could agree. Work is as individual as the people who do it. Nothing has changed about the fact that some people “function best” in the office, while others are most productive at their desks at home. We have achieved real hybrid work when everyone can decide for themselves what is best for them.

Of course, this is not a wish concert, there will always be operational constraints that have an influence on it. However, under no circumstances should we try to develop patent remedies, to define a universally valid “mixing ratio” and then to shear all working people over this comb, then we have gained nothing.

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Martin Geuß

Martin Geuß

I’m Martin Geuß, and as you can see, I feel at home in the Windows world. For 15 years I’ve been letting the world know what’s on my mind about Windows and other Microsoft products, and sometimes it’s interesting. The most important motto of my work is: From me – for you!



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