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I have never used most of these solutions. But I have done a bit of research on the topic in the past so I thought I would share a list of options. For web/video chat most of these are designed for teams (meaning the rooms are not open to the public) but if you find someone else who also works from home you might still find them useful. Sqwiggle I have ...
Well, that's just life. You have to force yourself to work amid all these disruptions. Unless you have a private office at work, noise and disruptions are present everywhere and you just have to condition yourself to work at less than ideal conditions all the time just like everyone does. I attended a workshop where a successful blogger and freelance writer ...
Check out this article which lists a number of DOs and DON'Ts in open office space environments with cubicles -- many of them appear relevant to any open office space environment. This similar article may also be relevant to you.
1. I think it could be difficult to answer your question. Most of solutions to the problem are controversial in one way or another. From my experience (11 people in much to small office) if you want to have your work done, you have to go to strict rules BUT start from yourself. In my room I have such problems like an open windows. I sit on the middle and ...
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