In this episode of the Archispeak Podcast we discuss the blurring of the line between “normal” business hours, being available all the time, and boundaries in a world where the growing trend is to be hyper-connected and always available at the client's (and the office's) beck and call.
Links for the episode (all links open in a new window in case you're listening to the podcast here):
- The ultra connected office requires that boundaries are set for after-hours work - Article by Cindy Krischer Goodman for the Chicago Tribune.
- How to Stop Clients from Invading Your After-Hours Time - Article by Meryl K. Evans for gigaom.
- Working in the Shed - Article by Matt Gemmell
- Clients from Hell - Do we really need to say anymore?
- It’s Communication Stupid! - Episode 5 of the Archispeak Podcast which discusses an architects life/work balance.
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