Okay so things are a little bit crazy right now with the Corona outbreak. It is scary to face something that we can’t control, especially if it impacts our health and that of our family and friends. At the same time, CO2 emissions haven’t been this low for a very long time. It makes me wonder, is the planet is fighting back?
Most organizations can’t afford to simply shut down operations for an unknown period of time and are switching their workforce to remote work. The outbreak is “the world’s biggest work-from-home experiment” (source: CNN
) and it it lies an opportunity
Why don’t we completely move to a way of working that requires less travel and commuting; one that it less dependent on (endless) meetings and more on doing actual work; one that focuses on delivering outcomes rather than on hours spent in the office. Does that sound attractive?
Several ‘remote only’ organizations are already proving it works at scale. I have been following GitLab
closely, who grew from 400 to 1,200 people in 67 countries over the last 12 months.
Below you will find some related links to get you started and some exciting news about our book Formula X
. Be safe 🙌🏻