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Opportunity, Pandemic revealed the key benefits of remote work
  • Collaboration can benefit from being together in person, but over the last year, people found new, better ways to work. Jacqueline Reses, chief executive of Post House Capital. 
  • A new idea for the office: not as a headquarters people go to daily or weekly, but as a place people go sometimes, for group hangouts. Experts.
Lesson learned, Innovation in post-pandemic work, Tim Cook
  • “Innovation isn’t always a planned activity,” said Tim Cook, chief executive of Apple. 
  • “It’s bumping into each other over the course of the day and advancing an idea you just had.”
Alert, No evidence that working in person is essential for creativity and collaboration, Experts
  • It may even hurt innovation because the demand for doing office work at a prescribed time and place is a big reason the American workplace has been inhospitable for many people.
Lesson learned, Technology has made idea generation so effective online, Researchers
  • Technology — like Zoom, Slack and Google Docs — has made idea generation as effective online, researchers said.
Lesson learned, Remote work enable effective teamwork
  • Remote work can enable ideas to bubble up from people with different backgrounds.


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    Opportunity, Pandemic revealed the key benefits of remote work
    • Collaboration can benefit from being together in person, but over the last year, people found new, better ways to work. Jacqueline Reses, chief executive of Post House Capital. 
    • A new idea for the office: not as a headquarters people go to daily or weekly, but as a place people go sometimes, for group hangouts. Experts.
    Lesson learned, Innovation in post-pandemic work, Tim Cook
    • “Innovation isn’t always a planned activity,” said Tim Cook, chief executive of Apple. 
    • “It’s bumping into each other over the course of the day and advancing an idea you just had.”
    Alert, No evidence that working in person is essential for creativity and collaboration, Experts
    • It may even hurt innovation because the demand for doing office work at a prescribed time and place is a big reason the American workplace has been inhospitable for many people.
    Lesson learned, Technology has made idea generation so effective online, Researchers
    • Technology — like Zoom, Slack and Google Docs — has made idea generation as effective online, researchers said.
    Lesson learned, Remote work enable effective teamwork
    • Remote work can enable ideas to bubble up from people with different backgrounds.

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Do Chance Meetings at the Office Boost Innovation? There’s No Evidence of It., Claire Cain Miller, June 23, 2021, The New York Times, NYT.


ABOUT THE AUTHORS


Claire Cain Miller

Claire Cain Miller is a correspondent for The Times, where she writes about gender, families and the future of work for The Upshot, a Times site for analysis of policy and economics. She was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2018 for public service for reporting on workplace sexual harassment issues.

Ms. Miller, who joined The Times in 2008, previously covered the tech industry for Business Day. She received a bachelor of arts degree from Yale University and a master’s degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley. She lives on the West Coast with her family.


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