“University of Calgary researchers note that telecommuting is a better fit for some than for others. Telecommuting is a good fit for people who are self-starters, have good impulse control, and like having autonomy over their work.”Read More
Tom commented: “What we’re trying to do is show people how they can better understand themselves, their habits, and their tendencies…to help them better manage themselves when they’re working remotely.”Read More
Tom points out that the key to effective distributed work is gaining self-insight and understanding of your own personality and work style. “Knowing yourself and your personality, however, can help you better manage yourself and others when working from a distance, so part of the puzzle is figuring out your own personality and where you...Read More
Laura notes that we are approaching a tipping point as numerous factors, such as limited office space capacity, lengthy commute times, and younger generations that are comfortable with technology and prioritize work flexibility, are contributing to organizations’ increasing openness and use of mobile work arrangements.Read More
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