It’s time I revisited my thoughts on ROWE.
In the past six months, two high profile companies ended their versions of ROWE (Results Only Work Environment). Both Yahoo and Best Buy (the originator of ROWE) took away what most saw as a privilege, both the ability to work remotely and the absence of work hours. In a ROWE, performance was measured by one metric only: results.
This is part three in a three part series on ROWE (Results Only Work Environment). If you missed parts one and two, read them here: Part One: Leaders, Should you Go to a ROWE? Part Two: Three Common Mistakes in Implement a ROWE I’ve found four things companies and leaders must do when implementing a ROWE. They […]
ROWE: Results Only Work Environment. This is part one in a three part series on ROWE. It will cover pluses and minus and common mistakes made (I’ve made them all) and the right way to implement it. The principals of ROWE are simple. If you get your work done, it doesn’t matter when you do […]