Andrey (azangru) wrote,

There's a glaring omission in this tweet (characteristic of Twitter in general, as a medium for brief and preferably emotionally charged communications):

All-in-office teams have been tried for a long time and have proven to work fine.
All-remote teams have been tried for a brief while, and might potentially work (especially if circumstances at home are conducive to working).
What has not yet demonstrated that it can work effectively is mixed teams, in which some members are in the office and others work remotely. Coordinating that, and ensuring that information flows freely through such teams is the biggest challenge.

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