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Matt Mullenweg’s (CEO, Automattic) Five Levels Of Remote Work

Remote work is poorly understood and for good reason. What most people have experienced is merely being “allowed” to work remotely on occasion, having to stay home with someone sick in the family, logging in while traveling or waiting for the cable guy to install internet.

While I am a fan of remote working I am not sure that most companies realize that…

Making sense of the future of work and our world as a place where people can unleash generosity, compassion and creativity to do things that matter to them

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Paul Millerd

Paul Millerd

The future of work is about doing less work @ www.think-boundless.com & 📩 boundless.substack.com

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