Remote Work Doesn’t Scale … or Does It?
Adam Schwartz

I started working remotely in the early 2000s, and the amount of tools and tech that support virtual work environments and collaboration has grown exponentially. No reverse trend there. Also solves a classic supply chain problem, putting resources at the point of fabrication. It also prevents the classic antipattern in which showing up at work and being there is confused with productivity. Remote work allows more transparency and encourages actual work with the reward of organizing and optimizing personal life around it. I could go on.

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