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Working from home and Digital Collaboration: A Cognitive Perspective

We’re in unchartered territory – almost the whole world’s workforce has suddenly been thrown into a similar work context – working from home. For those of us for whom our computer screens have suddenly become the only gateway to the outside professional world – this post looks at the cognitive and emotional costs of working from home, and its implications on collaboration and co-operation of teams.

-With inputs from Anurag Vaish, Shekhar Menon and Shivani Gupta

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