6 lessons in the aftermath of Yahoo's telecommuting memo

03/11/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer ended telecommuting as one of a series of changes designed to improve office culture and spur innovation, Dana Theus writes. Mayer was right to take a stand and have managers communicate the news privately to affected workers first, Theus writes, but the memo was not culture-driven or sensitive to affected employees.

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