Going Remote Is Not the Future of Work, It’s the Beginning of Work

Our idea of work is archaic because it hasn’t evolved much for 250 years. During the industrial revolution, hours spent at work was directly proportional to results. This relationship has been at the core of our foundational understanding of work.Since the start of the industrial revolution, working conditions have tremendously changed for the better but workplace dynamics haven’t progressed at the same pace. That’s why I’m not writing about the gamut of products that are easing our transition to remote work. Rather, my focus is on the lasting impact going remote could have on our work and liv…

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