by Michael Dziak
In the emerging ”distributed” or “digital” workplace, the physical place for work will certainly remain important, but it won’t necessarily be used by every person every day. In the distributed workplace, you have the flexibility to work from just about anywhere.
This is not a new phenomenon. How often have you found yourself tweeting from your iPad, fine-tuning a presentation in a hotel room, knocking out a project from your home office, or even videoconferencing with a colleague from your smartphone? While many of us have been practicing distributed work for years, we are clearly entering into new territory. Mastering the skills required to work in the digital workplace is becoming a game changer in terms of getting promoted and securing new positions.home offices, telecommuting