The Virtual Office: The Way of the Future Executive Summary This Business Report examines whether, given the technological developments of the last thirty years, the concept of the office or place of work will soon be irrelevant. The Report looks at the current scholarly recommendations for utilizing telecommuting within an organization in a way that provides the best options for financial success, which should indicate its long-term viability for corporations. Because management practices are moving towards business frameworks that allow for the development of creative ideas through positive support of employees, and increased employee dependability and accountability, virtual offices have become more prevalent. Research shows that there...The end:
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