Dennis Yang comments on the, providing some really good links to supporting research. He writes,
Although studies have shown that telecommuters are happier and less stressed, the happiness actually comes not from the telecommuting itself, but from the higher flexibility and autonomy afforded by telecommuting policies. By not chaining workers to a desk for 8 hours a day (which has also been shown to stifle productivity), employees are afforded the flexibility they need to mold their job around their busy lives, and not the other way around.
In Practical Product Management, I challenge product managers to allocate one day a week to be productive. What are you doing this Thursday?
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