Interactions

In a period in which everyone (rightfully) promotes remote and flexible work, and in which technology is at such a stage to make these things very possible, let’s not forget the importance of having a face-to-face chat, of getting to know the people you work with on a personal level, of being able to sit at the same table with others to crack a problem that’s preventing you from moving forward.

Human beings need these types of interaction, and it is strongly correlated to their motivation, engagement and to the quality of their work.

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