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DNA Podcast – The Future is Hybrid in the Design Industry

Remote work evangelist Betsy Bula joins the ThinkLab podcast with expert tips on designing spaces for the future of hybrid work – and how to build an intentional culture that maximizes the benefits of a hybrid era.


The Future is Hybrid in the Design Industry


How should your team structure hybrid work for maximum benefit? Betsy Bula, remote evangelist for Gitlab, a company leading the charge for remote working, brings us intentional, tangible tips on hybrid work that will inspire your own business transformation AND the spaces we design.

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Design Nerds Anonymous
Season 2, Episode 05 Show Notes

No matter where you are on the spectrum of remote tohybrid in the workplace – or if you are looking for prompts to help you think more creatively about physical space as we enter this new hybrid era – this episode will help you understand the implications not only for your own space and culture, but also for the spaces you are designing. 

In this episode of the Design Nerds Anonymous podcast, you’ll learn:

  1. The 3 key benefits to remote working 
  2. The one intentional tactic that has huge implications on physical space
  3. Why hybrid is the hardest – and how to build a culture that beats burnout
  4. How to create equitable benefits those in office – and those who are not
  5. Why focusing on output-based management is more effective than input-based management

Hear more from Betsy and download Gitlab's 2021 Remote Work Playbook in our recent article, 3 Tips for Successfully Implementing a Hybrid Work Policy 

Special thanks to our episode sponsors Mannington Commercial and Keilhauer, thoughtfully selected because they both represent companies that are bringing new techniques and thinking from outside the design industry for positive application.

Finally, thanks to Hannah Viti, our audio producer, and Blue Dot Sessions for providing the music for this episode.




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