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Perhaps the funniest thread I’ve read on the telework debate. Warning:
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Perhaps the funniest thread I’ve read on the telework debate. Warning:

“I too would like to hear more about how the Ed Sullivan crowd out-teleworked us, and if it will withstand the Mark Twain/Benjamin Disraeli standard of statistical relevance. My sense is that even if it did, the modern brand of IT-fueled telecommuting is so different from the days of I Love Lucy and Father Knows Best through those of the Munsters and Monkees gracing the...

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The impact of workplace design on Boomer productivity
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The impact of workplace design on Boomer productivity

Research from the Sloan Center on Aging and Work shows 60 to 74 year olds are more productive than younger workers. Simple changes in the office can boost it even further. Kate Lister’s insight: BMW added better lighting, more forgiving floor material, and adjustable displays to help older workers. Is your workplace age friendly? See it on Scoop.it, via WE workplace evolutionaries …read more    


You Have To Stop Meeting Like This: How To Un-Process Your Counterproductive, Soul-Crushing Processes
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You Have To Stop Meeting Like This: How To Un-Process Your Counterproductive, Soul-Crushing Processes

Nancy Vonk and Janet Kestin suggest you look hard at the processes that aren’t actively adding to your work. Changing even the most entrenched could… Kate Lister’s insight: Wow. Here’s a really thought-provoking article about how to not just fix the time-suck of meetings, but many of the problems we encounter daily. Kudos to the writers! See it on Scoop.it, via WE workplace evolutionaries …read...

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Why We Don’t Need Offices
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Why We Don’t Need Offices

Looking back a decade or so ago it was absolutely essential to have an office, or more likely, a cubicle. That’s where we had meetings, saw our coworkers, and just got work done. But today do we really need corporate offices? Kate Lister’s insight: Okay. The real reason I like this article is because the author said we have the most comprehensive set of data...

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