Working virtually from home, at least part of the time, has become the norm in many companies. The more senior you are the more likely you have the authority to decide when and where you work.
Working virtually no doubt has its benefits: no long commute on the train, flexible hours, problem solving in your pajamas.
It’s gotten so prevalent that companies don’t even have offices for a lot of their staff and do “hoteling.” You call ahead and reserve an office when you absolutely must be there.
So, what’s wrong with this picture?
When companies fail, it may be because they didn’t provide products or services that met a market need. Or, they were mis-managed. But the primary culprit is often poor communication.
No matter what your work environment or your industry, if communication with employees is broken, you will never realize your corporate vision. What’s essential to success is creating a culture of communication. Read More→