One of the best things about distributed work is that everyone gets their own corner office.
Cities don’t need to attract companies — just their employees.
You can promote shared values and experiences even when your company doesn’t possess a single hallway or water cooler.
Five pointers to get you on the right path toward distributed-work success.
Matt talks gear and home-office setup on The Information’s “Out of Office” series.
On a recent episode of Sam Harris’s excellent Making Sense podcast, Matt shared insights for managers and companies who are currently exploring remote work for the first time.
It’s not news that 90% of communication is non-verbal, and that nuance and subtlety are lost over written messages. Be conscious of this. With lots of our communication now written (when previously you might’ve popped over to someone’s desk) it’s good to head off the risks of such interaction with a wise interpretive principle through […]
How P2 changed the way we do remote work.
How to navigate the future in a challenging present.
Over the last 28 years, Stephen Wolfram has led his partially-distributed company from his home in Massachusetts. Over that time he’s developed countless productivity tools and collaborative processes that help Wolfram Research create world-changing tech.
Our host Matt Mullenweg gets together with an old colleague, Scott Berkun. Scott’s an author and tech industry veteran who in 2013 wrote a book about his experience with distributed work at Automattic. Now he’s catching up with Matt to talk about what’s changed since they worked together back in the day.