Tuesday 19 July 2022
12.00 - 13.00 AEST
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When is good aloneness better than bad togetherness?
As we packed our desk and moved to an unprecedented uptake of WFH with varying degrees of enthusiasm, some were left with a nagging feeling that we might had left something behind. Among this concern is the loss of community and water-cooler innovation promoted by “analogue togetherness”. As we rush to mimic those serendipitous interactions in virtual environments, we might overlook the advantages that being alone can bring to the individual and organisations, not to mention the downside of bad togetherness - you know the one, the “I'd rather not be at this try hard Zoom drinks” type of togetherness.
Join Dr. Agustin Chevez and Dr. Franz Wohlgezogen on a conversation about when to be alone, when to be together and what aspects of both are best supported by analogue and digital environments.
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