The future of work means that we can work from wherever we want, whenever we want.
In this talk, we will delve into the new era of remote culture without borders, which revolves around transparency, values, and innovation. By sharing challenges and solutions to creating a thriving remote culture, we hope to inspire other companies to embrace the future of work.
"If you need to suddenly take care of your family
or friends, the flexibility to travel to them, move
to them, be there when they need you there.
And I think that's a really beautiful thing."
— Sid Sijbrandij, CEO of GitLab
We're nearing a tipping
point with all-remote.
Instead of remote teams having to justify why they
do it, it's going to be colocated companies having to
justify why they don't.
Working remotely or distributed
forces an organization to do a
few things different:
1. You can’t expect people to work at a
particular time, given people are likely
to be in a different timezone. Working
asynchronously is necessary to
2. Information can’t only exist in the
heads of people: the person you need
might be asleep! You have to write
wouldn't be possible
without the constant
● Faster internet everywhere
● Video call software
● Mobile technology
● Messaging apps
● English proficiency
● Increasing traffic congestion
● More demand for work-life
The new era of all-remote work
revolves around transparency,
values, and innovation.
This presentation is open-source
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Toptal Future of Work Series | March 10, 2020 @ Amsterdam