Telecommuting -- what fits your culture?

Last year our Culture Lab Senior Fellow, Anne-Laure Fayard, wrote a piece for the New York Times on the issues of a one-size-fits-all solution for telecommuting. This is very relevant to the Culture Lab's current task of examining our ways of working, and in general for our discussion on future of work. For Mars, given our culture insights from 7+ years of studies, this discussion is one of the more important ones. We might ask ourselves how do we at Catalyst (as well the rest of Mars) work, and what do we expect our work to look like 5 years from now.
--Bojan Angelov

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