Why More Companies Don’t Do Remote Work (and probably shouldn’t)
Johnathan Nightingale

While extroverts thrive in the energy generated, particularly in an open office set up, what about the creative introverts who become overwhelmed by all this energy? Your point about management is very valid. Management plays a big role in whether something works or not, so great management skills help. Especially, micromanagement strategies are a concern. Being able to work remotely makes it much more likely you will get the best out of your highly creative introvert as he can work without distraction at the times he works best.

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