This is totally true! Unfortunately my team is located in different states so we’re always remote. It has it’s benefits like no dealing with traffic, but as you said there are meetings that would work better in-person.

It also depends a lot of the employees own autonomy. I have people that understand processes and work dynamics very fast without too much effort, and there’s others that I feel in-person would work better for them.

Nice post, Mike!

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I fully agree, Mike. Certain topics are better discussed in person, and so are workshops. What I observe is that some work cultures are productive with relatively little in-person time as compared to others.

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