As remote working becomes the norm rather than the exception for many office workers around the globe, The Nowhere Office proposes a radical new way of thinking about work both now and in the future.
Offering a strategic and practical guide to negotiating this pivotal moment in the history of work, The Nowhere Officeaddresses the problems which beset work – the endemic stagnant productivity and crisis of stress which predate the pandemic – and the new challenges of remote working, repurposing offices for more creative interaction, managing WFH teams and satisfying the demand for more purposeful work with greater work/life balance.
Drawing on history, cutting-edge research and extensive interviews Julia Hobsbawm argues persuasively that now is the time to develop something better, more meaningful, and, crucially, more workable.
About the Product
Published: February 2022
Length: 208 pages
About the Author
Julia Hobsbawm is Chair of The Demos Workshift Commission and Founder of Editorial Intelligence.
She is the author of six books including The Simplicity Principle which won Best Business Book and Best Self-Help Book of 2020 and Fully Connected which was shortlisted for Management Book of the Year.
She gives keynotes to global audiences in government, public and private sectors and also presents the popular podcast The Nowhere Office.
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