- Eye Opening
Shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic began, millions of workers around the world started working from home for the first time. Companies have been scrambling to adapt, and Matt Mullenweg has a message for them: Persist. As the founder of software company Automattic, he believes distributed teams are uniquely geared to lead society into the future. He might have a point. All 1,172 of his employees across 75 countries work from home. Whether you’re new to remote collaboration or a seasoned vet, hear an intriguing discussion between Mullenweg and Sam Harris, host of the award-winning Making Sense podcast.
About the Podcast
Sam Harris hosts the award-winning Making Sense podcast. He is a New York Times best-selling author, neuroscientist and philosopher. Matt Mullenweg is a founding developer of WordPress, the open source software used by 36% of the web. In 2005, he founded Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, WooCommerce, and many other products.