"Remote work empowers those who produce and disempowers those who have succeeded by being excellent diplomats and poor workers, along with those who have succeeded by always finding someone to blame for their failures." theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/


Interesting read, most points of the author are valid.

Probably this layer of successful, well paid, find-us-in-revolving-doors, useless and parasitic managers may not find a way to stop the remote-work tide.

However, I am pretty sure they will thrive in the new era as well. I can already see a remote-tools culture where "in a call/presenting" status means *productive* while "available" (probably because that person just works) means *lazy*.

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