Business teams have learned how to work remotely, but many leaders struggle to invent, create, and innovate in the virtual world. Can remote teams of people—some of whom have never met—truly develop transformative technologies, applications, and products? Is it possible to “do” ideation over teleconference? Leaders who have found ways to replicate in-person serendipity share their best practices for sparking innovation and creativity in the age of virtual work.
Technology has done our world wonders: from advancements in medicine, travel, communication, and not to mention our own day-to-day lives. There’s no doubt that it has “transformed human experience” by impacting the way our society functions, as well as how we interact with one another and ourselves. But is this actually a good thing?