Are you part of a distributed team? Perhaps you manage one?
It's new language, isn't it, distributed team? It means that colleagues who work together, don't physically work together. They're scattered around the state, the country, the world.
It's not quite the same as "remote work", where you and your colleagues might work remotely from your office some or all the time, but there is still a central office.
For distributed teams, there is no central office so everyone works remotely.
I’ve been ruminating over the critical distinction between “letter of the law” and “spirit of the law” - the literal vs. the intent - because as we witness the world’s most powerful democracy floundering, it’s clear that the systems and institutions Americans have relied upon for their democracy to function have at least one striking flaw.
They are predicated on the assumption that those in power will do what’s best for their people - and that...