The Power of Virtual Distance: A Guide to Productivity and Happiness in the Age of Remote Work
The Power of Virtual Distance: A Guide to Productivity and Happiness in the Age of Remote Work2 1 5 Author: Karen Sobel Lojeski, Richard R. Reilly Narrator: Chloe Cannon
Technology is at the very core of everything we do, and it enables us to be more connected than ever before. But even though technology can collapse the physical distance between us, it can also spark an explosion of psychological and emotional distance. Every business leader needs to understand how these phenomena affect employees' health and well-being-and, ultimately, business performance.
The Power of Virtual Distance, Second Edition represents a major new update to the authors' original text on the concept of Virtual Distance. What was, at that time, a groundbreaking new theory, proved to be a prescient expression of what has become the mainstream understanding: the more connected we become, the more isolated we begin to feel. In this Second Edition, the authors present new data, case studies, and the exponentially growing body of evidence underscoring the business case and human necessity for accounting for Virtual Distance.
More information about the audiobook:Publisher: Gildan Media
Length: 6H 36Min
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