The agile team is all the rage in today's modern workforce. Small, cross-functional groups of professionals working with shared purpose and maximum independence to create a product (or hone a specific element of one).
Many entrepreneurs start out working from home as they work to grow their business. But they’re not the only ones taking advantage of the benefits of working from home. According to a Gallup poll, working from home has increased 30% during the last decade.
The perks are obvious: no commute time and a potential tax write-off for your working space. But, maintaining a high level of productivity can become a challenge.
1. Will It Fly?
by Thomas K. McKnight
Find out if your business idea has merit before pursuing it.