Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The work doesn't happen at work.

His points on where great ideas come from (incubation time/informal networked environments that foster novel connections) support his suggestions of killing (mundane) meetings in favor of uninterrupted work time.

His research supports that in unaided recall people recount getting work done on the plane, train, during a commute, at home, at the hotel, and other random places that do not integrate well with a shredded calendar made up of broken :15 and :30 spurts.

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