Antiquated Models of Work Measurement

Was just sitting with my bro when we talked some about the recent GigaOm article in regards to information work and how we measure time. The work day, at least now we do the M-F & 9-5 moment, was something that was an outgrowth of how factories were best managed, and forwarded (at least as far as I know) by Henry Ford. We basically haven’t been doing this very long, and yet people and companies are locked into it. Now, we have channels to work in which the dimensions of set times and workspaces becomes virtual, or not dependent so much on the time or space, just the finished product.

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