Why our company’s remote work system failed
Ben Cheng

WFH is not a bad thing, but it has challenges that one must address. Collaboration becomes more difficult. Silos multiply and become hard as stone. Management becomes unresponsive.

Without rules (and consequences) in place to deal with these issues, WFH will fail.

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