Wed, 3 June 2020
As we start thinking about re-opening our businesses and offices after Covid-19, many people are wondering what the new “normal” will look like.
While co-founder of Basecamp David Heinemeier Hansson doesn’t know for sure what the outcome will be, he certainly has an idea of what the new world of work should look like. As one of the biggest advocates of remote work, Hansson is hopeful that more and more companies will see the benefits of allowing employees to choose how and where they want to work.
But his vision for work doesn’t stop there. Hansson is also passionate about creating an environment where employees can protect at least a few hours of their day to accomplish deep work. This means no daily stand ups, no open calendars, and no unnecessary distractions that take away from your ability to get s*** done—an approach that’s imbued in Basecamp’s own culture.
If you’re fascinated by the topics of remote work and productivity, you don’t want to miss out on this conversation with Hansson.
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