This time of year always takes me back to my high school football days. As I’ve noted before, my time on the gridiron yielded a number of lessons that have proven valuable in the professional world. One of those came to mind last week while editing Senior Reporter Andy Medici’s story about proximity bias. As we kicked off training camp before my junior year, a number of my best teammates — and many starters — were hundreds of miles away playing in a baseball tournament. Coaches said the situation created an opportunity for some nonstarters to capitalize on their absence and earn more playing time.
The Playbook: Remote workers are worried about proximity bias — and rightfully so
September 7, 2022