Finding the right balance between working from home and logging time at the office requires the right insight.
Everyone seems to try to make this a polar argument. The research is clearly showing a mix of working at home or a third place works best when combined with time in the office.
"Dell and Intel have teamed up to create their newest Future Workforce Study 2016 which reveals how people around the world feel about how technology is shaping the workplace.
This report offers lots of great insights into how global employees feel about their technology, collaboration, facetime, augmented reality, virtual reality, remote work and more.
Google loves quantifying stuff. But when it comes to optimizing team collaboration, it turns out their secret sauce is an unwritten social code.
Interestingly, what the found was the best ingredients for effective teams was equal participation and good sharing both within and outside the team.
About a year ago a oneDrum conducted a survey of over 1200 office-based small and medium UK businesses to find out about their flexible working practices, especially what was driving remote working and what was holding it back. What they found was that businesses don’t seem understand that there’s a link between productivity, innovation, and competitive advantage. That echoes what we found when we looked...