Would you work out of someone's home with other great people for an intentional/structured workday, if they provided you with the perfect coworking environment: secure/fast wifi, outlets, noise-level, coffee or tea, great seating. All at a fractional cost of monthly coworking fees?

Yes, I would try it out61%

No, that's weird!33%

Depends! (reply below)4%


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Senior Director, Technology Solutions and Analytics in Telecommunication, 51 - 200 employees
I enjoy my personal space and working alone remotely. Having a mechanism to collaborate when needed is all I need.
AVP and Deputy CIO in Education, 10,001+ employees
Depends... on what problem we are trying to solve.  If I'm not going to work at home, I'd goto the office to work.  If you are talking about "permanent remote" employees where there is no office to go to and providing a WFHaaS solution... ala AirBnb for remote workers, that could be interesting.
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VP of IT & CISPO in Finance (non-banking), 201 - 500 employees

Agree completely.  For Hybrid workers I don't think this works but for permanent wfh employees this may be a way from time to time to get out and reconnect.  

Director, IT Architecture in Software, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
We already do something similar.

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