No. 1: Distributed, Not Divided: The Urgency in Building Cohesion at Work
Losing a shared office space has wide-ranging effects on team dynamics that are just now starting to come into full view. In distributed work, leaders must intentionally design for cohesion—the unified feeling of togetherness critical for productivity, collaboration, and alignment around common goals. With concerted effort, the infrastructure that holds our teams together can be made even stronger by investing resources into the distributed equivalents of four key domains of the contemporary organization: environment, culture, technology, and rhythm.