Today, leaders are looking ahead and trying to imagine what the post-pandemic workplace will look like. Many expect a hybrid workplace to emerge. To help organizations better understand the landscape of hybrid teams and best practices, Developing Hybrid Teams takes a close look at organizations that currently have hybrid teams in place. The research, which draws on a survey of 133 organizations with hybrid teams, delivers benchmarking data on the current and expected future state of hybrid teams and highlights best practices associated with better organizational performance. A hybrid team is one where a manager oversees employees who work from a central office as well as employees who work remotely at another location (for example, a home office or in the field). A hybrid team can also include employees who rotate between being in the central office and another location (for example, employees who work in the central office three days a week and remotely two days a week).