The recent article In Praise of Spikes in FastCompany.com examines whether, in today's global market, we can really work from anywhere in the world.
The conclusion: The idea that location no longer matters is â€œa compelling notion--but it's wrong.
The article claims that, even though we are highly mobile, we still benefit greatly from being in certain spots around the globe. To clarify, it's not saying we all need to sit together in a room to innovate and be successful. This brief article caught my eye with its theory of spikes and valleys. It says there are highly concentrated areas of