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Workplace Culture and 'Meaningful Interaction': Are We Losing the Human Component of Daily Interaction?

Workplace Culture and 'Meaningful Interaction': Are We Losing the Human Component of Daily Interaction?

September 27, 2017
Kyle Fitzsimmons

To say that technology has changed the way we communicate in the workplace is no longer groundbreaking, insightful or newsworthy. The rise in the remote workplace, company adoption of Skype and other web-based conferencing tools and overall reliance on the Cloud have all but rendered the traditional workplace obsolete. But not so fast: While the workplace evolution is inevitable, Ted Bauer at The Context of Things has some thoughts on how you can fit some good old fashioned, high quality and meaningful human interaction outside of work hours:

Is Meaningful Interaction Dying Out Via Tech?

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