Gartner report favors Human-centric work environment

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According to Gartner’s recent 2022 Future of Work Reinvented Implementation Survey, organizations that adopt a human-centric work conceptual framework that incentivizes people at work rather than treating them as secondary components of the work environment will see improved employee performance, longer spans, and much less fatigue.

According to Gartner, when human-centered design practices are implemented, employees are 3.8 times more likely to be high performers, 3.2 times more likely to stay, and 3.1 times less likely to experience fatigue than when these practices are not implemented.

According to Gartner, 15% to 20% of organizations have the three elements identified in the firm’s full human-centric work model: flexible work experiences, intentional collaboration, and empathy-based management. It went on to recommend giving people and teams autonomy to create their own work environments while holding them accountable for results.

Gartner recommends emphasizing empathy-based management in order for human-centric design to thrive. Additionally, rather than expecting individuals to conform to legacy practices or locations that constrain them, design work models around their needs. Firms should also focus on work flexible experiences, intentional collaboration, and empathy-based management to drive work outcomes. They should also solicit employee input into the design, allow for co-creation, and involve employees in the implementation of human-centric work models.

The sources for this piece include an article in TechRepublic.

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