Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Creating an "office" where none actually exist

In the International Herald-Tribune, an interesting article featuring one of a growing number of new small businesses, who instead of having a traditional office simply have all their employees work from home. This is part of the structure I want to create for my own small business I'm trying to open here in Chicago right now (although a little less extreme - my full-timers will be required to be in-office a total of ten hours a week), so I'm always interested in articles that examine the structure and how well it's working or failing in the real world.