One of the major lessons from the past three years is that there is no substitute for in-person interaction. But why is that?
Much of the conversation revolves around personal preferences or intangible ideas like “rapport” and “context” that don’t fit well in a research proposal or business case. This session will explore some of the psychological and biological reasons that people interact in fundamentally different ways when they are in the same physical location. Clint also take a look at the implications for research, for stakeholder management, for productivity and for career development.
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One of the major lessons from the past three years is that video conferencing is both convenient and annoying. However, too much of the conversation revolves around personal preferences or [...]