Best Buy butta nell’immondizia gli orologi in azienda…..
Hence workers pulling into the company’s amenity-packed headquarters at 2 p.m. aren’t considered late. Nor are those pulling out at 2 p.m. seen as leaving early. There are no schedules. No mandatory meetings. No impression-management hustles.(….)It’s O.K. to take conference calls while you hunt, collaborate from your lakeside cabin, or log on after dinner so you can spend the afternoon with your kid.
Il motivo è semplice quanto ovvio:
Work is no longer a place where you go, but something you do.
L’operazione sembra funzionare.
Best Buy notes that productivity is up an average 35% in departments that have switched to ROWE (results-only work environment, ndb). Employee engagement, which measures employee satisfaction and is often a barometer for retention, is way up too, according to the Gallup Organization, which audits corporate cultures.
[Via Business Week]