With this constant work mode, the lines are blurred between working hours and personal time. Is this a bad thing? Should we disconnect from this “always-on” work culture?
The flexible work culture has become a true phenomenon. Working from home only came about recently when technology became so advanced that we no longer needed to be in the office to work productively and effectively.
Even in a workplace with a great physical environment, a crack team, and all the tools necessary to get the job done, we can find something lacking. Even the most stellar team won’t live up to its potential if the organization has failed to develop a strong company culture.
We read a lot these days about the value of technology to businesses of all types, and it’s true that digital tools make us better. CRM platforms improve customer service and efficiency.