Great advice from Professor Nicholas Bloom of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) on the emerging hybrid work organization. His recent interview here cites some compelling data and reaches the same conclusion as our recent blog on the topic.

“There are trade-offs. So just to start off with point one: There are advantages to in-person, which are creativity and innovation. There are advantages to remote, which are efficiency on individualistic tasks and saving commute time. And you say that there’s a trade-off there, but the answer is that hybrid, if it’s well organized, doesn’t make any sacrifices. It gets the best of both worlds.”

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