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Workshift: Future-Proof Your Organization for the 21st Century
Workshift provides a detailed blueprint for organizations transitioning into the virtual workplace where employees are always connected, and work is no longer a destination. The intent is to provide practical lessons on why (and how) some organizations are further ahead, and what all organizations can learn to realize the potential of the virtual workplace. Specifically, W ...more
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published December 17th 2013 by Palgrave Macmillan
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A good discussion and evaluation of non-traditional business work space. It addresses both advantages and drawbacks of the system. The work looks at working in remote sites without a lot of office space. An interesting work system although it is unfeasible for certain business functions. This was a free review copy.
I won Workshift: Future-Proof Your Organization for the 21st Century by Jason Morwick through Goodreads giveaways, and this does not change or influence my rating. Workshift explores the increasing trends of working from home and flexible hours. I really liked the book because it explains the issues behind these trends, which are one of the commonly shared reasons why Millennial workers are shifting jobs to different companies - ones that do provide flexible working hours and working from home o ...more
This book was an incredible resource that also served as a workbook. It's packed with good advice that any professional would need to create cultural and environmental change in any setting where work gets done. The economy and the workplace is moving towards a mobile workforce as it allows the most freedom employees and serves as a benefit that many employees love. Having the ability to work from anywhere saves companies money but it can not and will not entirely replace face-to-face meetings. ...more