For you, Smart Working may mean that you want to change your working processes completely. It requires greater responsibility and more independence in order to determine how and when it is best for you to do which work. If, for example, you regularly need to read documents without having any distractions, then you can work from home or at a cubicle workstation specially designed for work that requires more concentration. If you want to have contact with your colleagues and customers, then an open, transparent environment is best.
How much Smart Working applies to you will depend on your own needs, how your manager views things, the financial resources available and the job you do. Time and location-independent work for a secretary's office will involve more changes and organization than for Marketing and Communication, which is tied to working in a physical place and/or at fixed times to a lesser extent. It is important that you discuss matters with your manager so that together you can look at whether and how Smart Working could apply to you. You can also contact the expertise team. We will be happy to help.