It's time to retire the stale old narratives about remote work, hybrid work, and flex work.
Is remote work temporary or here to stay? Are remote workers goofing off or more productive? Is hybrid work a compromise between employees who want remote work and managers who do not?
These questions are obsolete.
Remote and hybrid work, in fact, are here to stay.
So the only remaining question (which isn't asked often enough) is: How do we make remote work perform best — for ourselves and our organizations?