What MIT Is Learning About Online Courses and Working from Home

What MIT Is Learning About Online Courses and Working from Home
April 22, 2015 HBR.org

“Virtual work” is increasingly just “work” for most of us – whether we’re dialing into a conference call with our branch offices in London and New York, or VPN-ing in from home to catch up with work after-hours, remote work is the new normal. But Peter Hirst is helping to lead MIT into a new era of online learning, and experimenting with remote work with his own team at the same time. HBR features excerpts from a conversation with him that revolves around this topic.

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