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Companies where flexibility and autonomy are part of the culture don’t need rules or micromanagement.
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Companies where flexibility and autonomy are part of the culture don’t need rules or micromanagement.

"...true critical thinking relies heavily on freedom, “it’s the core philosophy” under which he runs his company. “We don’t have a lot of rules, because we believe that smart people thrive on freedom,” ..."

Source: www.comstocksmag.com

The key to success, according to the article is creating a culture that emphasizes open communications, trust, flexibility, personal autonomy, and a understanding for the company's strategy.


Here’s a tech start-up that’s breaking the mold with a 32-hour workweek
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Here’s a tech start-up that’s breaking the mold with a 32-hour workweek

"Treehouse is closed every Friday. The 80-and-counting employees work a 32-hour work week Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, employees are expected to be home, with their families, having fun, doing something, anything, other than work."

Source: tablet.washingtonpost.com

Wow. Here's a literally refreshing approach to work. In an industry that's fighting for top talent, they certainly have a competitive advantage.


Will home-sharing be the new co-working?
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Will home-sharing be the new co-working?

The Scandinavian startup Hoffice aims to bring rigor and productivity to the concept of home-based co-working spaces.

Source: www.govexec.com

It sounds like a kind of support group for lonely freelancers and telecommuters. But what happens when everyone's on the phone? 


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