Should You Get Rid of Your Headquarters?

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Bringing that macroeconomic question down to the microeconomic level, what individual in your organization might benefit the absolute MOST from moving to a “no office solution?” The answer will surprise you. Tune in this week as Wayne challenges the conventional wisdom with a Dan Sullivan/Strategic Coach-inspired concept.

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  1. Thank you Wayne for an insightful video. Since Covid I have been working from home 60% to 70% of the time. My micromanaging has clearly decreased. Once our office re-opens to all, I will consider giving my current office to someone else!

    • Excellent, Mario! I’ll look forward to hearing how this plays out. Thanks for commenting.

  2. Provocative thinking. I have found the work from home model has increased efficiencies in some ways (although miss the energy in the workplace) and kept me out of the weeds (potential micromanaging) due to my propensity to manage/lead by walking around.

    • I agree, Jim. I adore the energy of having a bunch of smart, energetic people around the office. But remote does have its benefits. We’ll have to find that happy medium/balance.

  3. Interesting idea for sure!

    • I know, right!?!

  4. Good Blog Wayne!

    We kind of tried this as we outgrew our old space and the CEO worked from a cubicle/conference room. The only real problem we ran into was finding privacy to discuss sensitive employee issues which required a conference room meeting. Financial matters had to be handled in comptroller’s or VP’s offices or via another conference room meeting. Pert near needed a conference room scheduler.

    He’s back in a private office now.

    • Interesting, Randy. Thanks for sharing your experience!

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