Office vs Online: The power of ‘corridor conversations’

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  • You don’t have to do it. The feature can be offered as an opt-out — if you choose not to do it, that’s up to you. Adoption in any event is likely to depend on the ‘tone from the top’ — so follow the leaders.
  • There might be a list of ‘useful’ questions made available, perhaps even tailored to the person you’re about to meet, to help take any awkwardness out of an initial encounter with an unfamiliar person.

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Lived in Kenya, UK, & now Singapore. Love meeting people, reading, & playing sport. Enjoy everything from Entrepreneurship to Education to Ecology.

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