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  • Covid-19 has forced a radical shift in working habits

    The Economist - 09/14/2020

    A study from Christoph Riedl of Northeastern University and Anita Williams Woolley of Carnegie Mellon University, published in 2017, suggested that “bursty” communication, where people exchange ideas rapidly for a short period of time, led to better performance than constant, but less focused, communication.

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