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Who moved the workplace?

It was bound to happen. In a country that invented take out food, that is in love with automobiles and cruising down the highway and that is perpetually in motion, it was inevitable that work and indeed the workplace itself would become mobile as well. Over the past ten years, the place where knowledge work happens has shifted from primarily office type facilities to literally anywhere - on your b......

Full article >>> nd 22.2 million at least once a week.

Other results from ITAC's survey show that respondents worked at an average of 3.4 locations outside their employer's offices. These included:

24.3 million working at a client's or customer's place of business. That's a lot of people working onsite with customers. Relationships are the grease that keeps the wheels of business spinning and ......

Full article >>> inment and relaxation to reduce the inevitable stress and hassles instead of working while in transit. Indeed, some people might even argue that traveling on business IS working.

The ITAG's survey findings suggest that tens of millions of Americans are now routinely working everywhere and anywhere but the traditional office. In the future, companies and people will be driven by strong co......

Full article >>> strike a more productive balance between their professional and personal commitments? Instead of asking who moved the workplace - now's the time to take advantage of it.

How much time do you spend working outside of a traditional office setting? Is it productive? Would you like to spend more or less time working in other places? Please e-mail Tony at

Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 10/28/05


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