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Jack Nilles has been advancing the ball on telecommuting ever
since he dreamed up the whole idea while stuck in a 1974 Los Angeles
traffic jam. This latest book is no exception. This is the best guide
yet to surmounting obstacles to telework, a term that includes all modes
of technology-assisted work.
Sue Shellenbarger in her column Work & Family in The Wall Street Journal, 16 December 1998
There is no better guide to telework than Jack Nilles. His insights are of growing importance to managers and teleworkers at all levels and sectors of government, business, and industry.
William H. Dutton
Professor, Annenberg School of Communication and School of Public Policy and Urban Development
of the University of Southern California, and former national director of the UK's Programme on Information and Communication Technologies (PICT)
A major transformation in the nature of work is in process. Jack Nilles, for years the foremost expert and visionary leader in the field of telecommuting, has written the definitive book on the subject. This is where the future begins. Don't miss it.
Author, Visionary Leadership
Professor Emeritus of Management, University of Southern California
Another milestone from the father of telecommuting; an essential reference and stimulation for the biggest change in work organization since Henry Ford.
Directorate General XIII BI,
Telecommunications, Information Market and Exploitation of Research
From his twenty-five years of pioneering and perfecting telework, Jack Nilles defines the essential leadership philosophy of the successful telemanager and presents his time-tested techniques for Managing Telework. These pages are packed with top-notch expertise. I wouldn't be without it!
Jack Nilles new book MANAGING TELEWORK . . . . is
an updated and revised version of MAKING TELECOMMUTING HAPPEN: A GUIDE
FOR TELEMANAGERS AND TELECOMMUTERS, written in 1994 by Nilles. That
one was good but this one is great - and it is the book I will begin
recommending unequivocally as the definitive guide for program planners,
managers and remote workers. If I have been contemplating doing a
new book myself on this topic, I can forget about it; I wouldnt
want to try to compete with this book.
It covers everything from selection of teleworkers and teleworking sites, technology planning, and management techniques to policies, tips for home-based teleworkers, training, and cost-benefit analysis. In other words, it has everything you need to plan a good program and put it into practice. You shouldnt be without it.
Consultant and Editor of the Telecommuting Review
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