Companies that champion remote work often see employees flourish, develop sunnier dispositions, and enjoy boosted productivity.
Despite the positives, if you manage remote teams, you might have some concerns about your teams’ ability to innovate. Since remote employees do not have shared physical work spaces, serendipitous coffee-shop meetings, or impromptu conversations over lunch—all of which could lead to inventive work solutions—they may feel stifled by a lack of opportunity to get creative.
A Microsoft-sponsored report, issued in fall 2020, about the current state of work features feedback from nearly 9,000 managers and employees around the globe. The report