The Real Problem In Working From Home (It’s Not What You Think)
A healthy organization has a culture that allows the sharing of values and ideas, the formation of a corporate identity, and the sense of competitive urgency that allows a company to be agile and innovative.
However, working from home can fail to fire up remote workers in the same way as a shared company environment. As a result, companies suffer—despite the increases in productivity and staff morale that come with teleworking.
Creativity And Institutional Memory
Marissa Mayer breaks her silence on Yahoo’s telecommuting policy
April 19, 2013
her decision to kill the company’s popular work-from-home policy.
The shift in policy affects roughly 200 of Yahoo’s 12,000 employees.