Jason Fried: Why work doesn't happen at work

 

Jason Fried, author of "Remote: Office Not Required," has a radical theory about the workplace: that the office isn't a good place to do it. In fact, offices kills creativity. He calls out the two main offenders (call them the M&Ms) and offers three suggestions to make the workplace actually work.

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Jason Fried

Jason was born in the United States. His work has been focused on software design and writing. Jason worked as a board director for Groupon,  an American worldwide e-commerce marketplace connecting millions of subscribers. Afterwards in 1999, he co-founded a company called Basecamp, which is located in Chicago, Illinois. Basecamp focuses on building web-based productivity tools. They also developed the open-sourced Ruby on Rails Programming framework. He has written several best-selling books and is a recognized speaker on how to find new ways to conceptualize working and creating.
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