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Here are some previous issues:

Issue: January 2023

πŸ† New year, new company: 7 organizational structures for your success

The New Year gives us the opportunity to reflect on the past year and think about changes we want to make in the future. Doing more exercise, reading 30 books and learning how to dance: Those are the classic New Year’s resolutions. But what about your company? Is it structured in the best way possible, or does it need a refresh too? A well structures organization simplifies work processes, collaboration and efficiency.Β  We have looked into the seven most used organizational structures by the world’s top-performing companies and provide you with an extensive overview.

  1. Why use an organizational structure?
  2. Centralization and departmentation as key factors
  3. The seven most common organizational structures
  4. Can the organizational structure change?

Issue: October 2022

πŸ’» How to tackle employee shortages with remote workspaces

When desks in the office remain empty and existing employees are overworked, companies reach their limits. Currently, employee shortages have a firm grip on companies across various industries. Like many, you may be asking yourself: How can I tackle this problem? In a world where digitalization is changing the way we work, tried-and-true measures no longer work. The future is virtual, which is why more and more companies are turning to remote work to fill empty positions. We’ll tell you howΒ remote workspaces improve your online corporate cultureΒ and revolutionize the process of recruiting.

  1. Understanding employee shortages
  2. Remote workspaces as a game changer
  3. Forming a remote-first culture
  4. Chances for recruitment
  5. The workplace of the future is everywhere

Issue: July 2022


What professional sports teams have been doing for over 20 years is now becoming a part of the New Work movement. Trying to mitigate the unresolved effects of remote work with a burst of social interaction and team bonding seems like the perfect plug for the weakened culture boat. But that’s not how it’s supposed to be. Many companies are successfully strengthening their team spirit and encouraging real-life social interaction while staying in a cool location where motivation can flow. But before forming your own opinion, here are the key facts you need to consider.

  1. What is a workation?
  2. That’s why companies are opting for team-workations
  3. Some downsides you need to consider
  4. Opportunities
  5. Real-world examples of workations
  6. How to plan your trip
  7. Choosing the right destination
  8. Tools and tips to make your workation a success

Issue: June 2022


Everything started with a heavy sigh of relief from Covid-19 restrictions. Employees were finally able to return to their long postponed office spaces. The media wave first hit hard when Apple CEO Tim Cook dictated workers to return to a forced hybrid work model. On the flip-side, many companies showed up and proclaimed a continuation of the full flexible remote work model.

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  1. The certain but uncertain future of work exposed
  2. Pros, Cons and Opportunities for Remote Work
  3. Hands-on implementations of working policies and what we can learn from
  4. Predictions that we need to be prepared for

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