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I’ve been seeing a few articles recently about “unlearning”. There was one from Lifehacker titled “What You Should ‘Unlearn’ to Actually Succeed at Work” and the another from Harvard Business Review that was focused on “Redesigning How We Work”.
While the HBR article wasn’t exclusively focused on unlearning, the conversation about hybrid work reminded me that organizations shouldn’t expect employees to simply unlearn everything they’ve been doing for the past three years with a snap of the fingers. We’ve developed new habits and ways of getting things done. Employees should be given time