Yesterday it was a skinny latte with a treat dusting of chocolate powder but today it is definitely unadulterated coffee straight from the cafetiere. Something to do with a new bean and an early start with a 'must get through' vibe!
Gone is the morning habitual 'take out' from the corner office coffee stand - was it really wanted or needed? (half of it was foam! - the best bit the barrista cheery smile).
The work day and our expectation of it is changing , informed by lessons from lockdown , altered social behaviour and values and increased use of technology. New choices , challenges and opportunities for the worker and business organisations. For both, good productivity is a likely shared goal.
How to achieve this holy grail in the post-covid office environment and what this means is not a new debate - see selected tweets from the British Council of Offices
Whether a worker or employer , office tenant or landlord there are interesting take outs from this New York Times article.
One solution may not suit all. There are likely to be resulting legal implications with changed employment contracts, lease and licence arrangements and contracts for facilities and data management.
Reflecting on your work 'to go' ?