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How much commuting time do we save WFH?

08.02.2023

In my experience:
✔Having some time working from home each week rather than in a big open-plan office with people distracting you all day drastically increases performance and productivity
✔WFH gives us more flexibility to optimise how we live (eat, sleep & exercise) which should materially increase performance as well as save time and thus turbo charge productivity

❌The more flexibility you give people the harder it is to maintain collaboration in team based projects, and lower and less frequent communication can kill team productivity and draw out timelines
❌Whilst lots of people like the convenience of working from home (including no commute) they struggle to find an efficient balance between work and home life and end up performing worse and spending more time 'at-work'

I think it is a tough time for leaders at the moment - living in denial is clearly wrong as hybrid working is here to stay. 'Embracing flexibility' is essential but very hard to do in practice, as what is optimal for every team and every individual differs. Leaders need support in getting this right.

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