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IBM is ending its decades-old remote work policy

IBM is ending its decades-old remote work policy

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“agile” describes so many different work systems that it’s become an almost meaningless term... for IBM “the leaders have to be with the squads [his word for small teams] and the squads have to be in a location.”...
Research suggests remote workers are more productive and log more hours than employees who work in the office, and for many companies, offering an option to work remotely helps recruit ... But IBM needs more than better productivity right now...the value of innovation ... trumps any productivity gain... working together in person is one key to innovation...
the evolution of marketing into a practice that involves technology, data, and real-time responses warrants rethinking the workplace.

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