Every organization struggles with work friction. It is both ubiquitous and perceived as insurmountable. For large companies with many thousands of employees, the challenge grows exponentially.
Work friction is tied not just to productivity and profit, but to many of their drivers, like employee satisfaction, engagement, well-being, burnout, retention, attraction, likelihood to recommend, and a host of other individual and business outcomes. This white paper offers a clear and comprehensive definition of work friction, broken down into its individual components.
You will learn:
- What work friction is and why it matters
- The difference and relationship between work and organizational friction
- The Top 5 questions people ask about work friction
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