April 4, 2012

New Way of Working

Yesterday we looked at an infographic that compared the way we worked 50 years ago and the way we work today.

But a lot of people don’t realize that the way people work today really is different than it was even a few years ago. In fact, many companies haven’t caught on to the fact that their people are mobile. They’re on another floor, in another building, at a client’s office, traveling, or in an office overseas. Worse, in some places, the cubicle farm is still the environment people are forced to work in.

Here’s a video that will show you how one company has adopted new workplace strategies and adapted the environment to support the new work style.

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