An ad agency pitches for the virtual office

Flynn, Gillian
November 1997
Workforce (10928332);Nov97, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p56
Provides tips for managing the transition from traditional to alternative or virtual officing from TBWA Chiat/Day, an advertising firm in Los Angeles, California. Trying different technologies; Giving specialized training and adjustment time to employees; Getting rid of a process which does not work. INSETS: Workforce magazine optimas award.;Vitals.;Take a look at the future office..


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