For generations during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the general model of workplace communication remained unchanged. Workers came from their homes to congregate at a single location from which a company’s affairs were conducted. This was the only reasonable way that people could gather and work together.
Now, as communication becomes easier and technology improves, this age-old model is quickly becoming outdated. From smartphones to laptops, high-powered devices make it possible to collaborate with people in a remote setting. Unsurprisingly, this has revolutionized the working world.