Hybrid Collaboration#

Hybrid collaboration is a way of working where individuals collaborate from a place that they are most comfortable to work from - it be could remote, in-person, or through co-working spaces. This brings in more flexibility for individuals to choose from.

The COVID-19 pandemic brought in a paradigm shift in how individuals have been working. Recently, hybrid collaboration models are gaining popularity. This chapter will discuss some resources and tips of how to manage your work more effectively if you are collaborating in a hybrid setup.

People are shown collaborating in a hybrid setting with facilitators, for both, those joining in-person and those joining remotely (from different time zones). All of them are collaborating and co-developing a shared document.

Fig. 122 Hybrid collaboration: The best of both worlds, if done with care. This image was created by Scriberia for The Turing Way community and is used under a CC-BY 4.0 licence for reuse. Zenodo. DOI 10.5281/zenodo.7587336).#

This chapter is motivated from a speed blog written during the Collaborations Workshop 2022, authored by Saranjeet Kaur Bhogal, Ben Krikler, Lisanna Paladin, Dmitry Nikolaenko, Adam Jackson, and Simon Waldman, which is published under a CC-BY license. Read the original article on Software Sustainability Institute’s Blog page: Hybrid working: how can we avoid the “worst of both worlds” for early-career researchers/academics?