‘How’ and ‘who’ matter more than ‘where’ when considering collaboration and workplaces. A recent study looked at 5,000 participants in more than 1,300 groups in 22 different samples and revealed that the efficacy while working remotely depends entirely on the group and how they work. While it has previously been suggested that working remotely can not be as efficient as working face-to-face, this study proves that assumption to be wrong. The efficiency of the group depends on the collective intelligence of the group and the ability of the members of the group to work together on different tasks. This means that a group working remotely can be as efficient and productive as one working face-to-face. Read More Lead transformational growth by developing an understanding of exponential and digital technologies. Click to know more about the MIT PE Technology Leadership Program (TLP).