For the last 200 years, the office with a permanent staff has been the default work environment of the knowledge worker. But it wasn’t in the past, and it’s not necessarily the best for the future. What would the workplace look like if offices weren’t an option?
For example …
- WHERE would work happen? Everywhere and anywhere – including homes, out and about, in co-working spaces, and in shared home spaces
- HOW would work get done? Distributed work would be the norm, not the exception.
- WHEN would work happen? Whenever it suits the individual, as long as the results meet the business goals.
- WHO would do the work? The best people for the job – not just the people who happen to be employed by the business at a specific time.
- WHY do we work? Because we want to, not because we have to.
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