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Working remotely is now the norm for most white-collar employees. The results of the coronavirus office exodus are opening leaders’ eyes to future possibilities. Productivity has increased in many cases, but isolation and “Zoom fatigue” highlight the shortfalls of the available technology. As Clive Thompson reports in The New York Times Magazine, companies are creating new options to provide the videoconferencing world with a greater sense of community – and corporate culture – based on creative conversations.
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Clive Thompson is a columnist for Wired and Smithsonian. His most recent book is Coders.
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10 months agoworking from home for the banking sector has not been productive for business mobilization. most of the customers are not on mobile applications and our ambassador method of business mobilization will has to adjust should the lock down period go on.