How to manage complexity

Let's explore complexity and what it means for companies.

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Working from home isn’t a revolution. It’s obvious

My last startup was almost totally remote.60 employees we’d never met in person, following the sun across the UK, USA and Greece. It was always interesting to see how people responded to this. “How do you know what they’re doing if you can’t see them?” Results, Karen. We look at results.

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