Remote Work Is Always Efficient But Efficient Isn’t Always Effective

Working from a screen is efficient but when it comes to culture, efficiency isn’t everything.

Do chance meetings at the office boost innovation?

There’s no evidence of it, according to a piece in the New York Times.

The Impact of Loneliness

When it comes to innovation there’s a power in working alongside people. As Tristan Kromer writes — being alone is hard. “Innovating should be a joyful process, best shared with people whose interests and goals align with yours. But in a more practical sense, working alone makes it hard to spot our biases and misconceptions.”

  • The people that are raring to get back and be around people.
  • The ‘office resistant’ employees who would quit rather than return.
  • The group of people who have a fear of re-entry back into society because of Covid.

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Innovation Coach and Co-Founder of @BromfordLab. Follow for social innovation and customer experience.

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Paul Taylor

Innovation Coach and Co-Founder of @BromfordLab. Follow for social innovation and customer experience.