Ever since Marissa Mayer declared “Work from Home” dead at Yahoo, many other companies have begun to take a closer look at the impact that “Work at Home” is having. In spite of being been placed under a microscope, it is still seen as providing more pros than cons. But like most social business issues, culture dictates how well employees will engage online as they do within a company’s four walls. We spoke to two chief executives who know a thing or two about working smarter to help us better understand what makes work from home work better.
Raymond Grainger is founder and chief executive officer at Mavenlink. Mavenlink, as you may remember, offers a flexible and powerful software platform that empowers users to manage every aspect of their business relationships more efficiently and have real-time control over service delivery, workforce productivity and the bottom line.
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