Modern technology enables our workforce to do better work from anywhere, yet many of our workplaces still function as if it is anywhere between 1952-1991.
Portable computers are more affordable than ever, and allow staff to leave the confines of their physical offices.
Many of the tools you need, you’re already using: email, document sharing, video calls, and instant messaging.
If you don’t already have this, it’s a sign of a bigger dysfunction. Do you know the jobs your employees need to do? Make a plan, and measure the results, allow them to perform the work in the best environment for them.
Often, the biggest barrier to telework is employer permission. Many employees would love to try it, but feel they lack overt permission from their organiz
"Work is less a place you go and more something you do where you’re at."
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Perhaps the most significant benefit of flexible work is that it has been shown to increase job satisfaction, productivity, efficiency and performance while reducing turnover.
— Liz MorrisRead the Story »
Today’s companies can’t use 19th Century organizations and 20th Century management to do 21st Century work.
— Global Workplace AnalyticsRead the Story »
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