Open Space Offices: What’s Good For Companies is Good for Communities Too

Some of you have read the following before. It’s a quote from an article written my Michael Haaren for Broadband of America and it’s stuck with me since. Michael wrote: “Imagine living in a pedestrian community where you could work from home or walk to an eWork center. The center could have daycare, a cafe, shops, and a gym. You could eat … More Open Space Offices: What’s Good For Companies is Good for Communities Too

FCC promises 100,000 jobs to staff ‘call centers’

You read that right. The FCC announced that it will be helping to onshore 100,000 call center jobs back into the US. It looks like all these jobs will be work at home positions. You can read the actual article regarding the FCC‘s announcement by clicking on this link. How are they doing this? It appears … More FCC promises 100,000 jobs to staff ‘call centers’

E-Work Summit – 2011 – Summary Notes

 Description of Event The 2011 E-Work Summit’s stated goal was to create a think tank of business, human resource, operation and technical leaders from the Greater Phoenix Area to: 1) Create a resource document for organizations in the Phoenix market interested in launching or improving work at home programs; 2) Discuss the possibility increasing economic … More E-Work Summit – 2011 – Summary Notes

A List of Books on Managing Virtual Teams

Cox Business published a whitepaper entitled “Enterprise Telework Guide”. The author was Mark Goldstein of the International Research Center. In that whitepaper the following books were recommended for those wanting to find out more about managing virtual teams. I’ve included a link to Amazon for each book. Managing Telework: Strategies for Managing the Virtual Workforce … More A List of Books on Managing Virtual Teams