New blog post: How a virtual office can make your team more effective?…

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1) Enables more frequent casual communication: Meetings are a playful event, not another chore that has been added to one's calendar.
2) Foster serendipitous collaboration: It's all about fun because the most #creative moments happen exactly when participants are embedded in a playful collaborative space where they can explore ideas, create new connections and #brainstorm freely.
3) Increase #communication between teams: Having a virtual office is a great way to avoid silo problem and enable participants to meet in an unscheduled and casual environment where they can connect with each other even if they don't work together directly in a day to day routine
4) Reduce #zoomfatigue and disengagement: It's what a cocktail party is to a business presentation. It's designed to have fun. Not to be a passive participant in a #zoombie meeting or a webinar.
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