Reference list for
Thinking Remote

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Allen, David (2001) Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-free Productivity, Penguin.

Duhigg, Charles (2016) Smarter, Faster, Better: The Secrets of Being Productive, William Heinemann.

Global Workplace Analytics (2015) ‘Costs and benefits’. Available at:

Google Re:Work (nd) ‘Understand team effectiveness: Identify dynamics of effective teams’. Available at:

Grant, Adam (2016) Originals: How Non-conformists Change the World, Virgin Digital.

Happy Melly (2017) ‘Zappos lives its culture’, podcast, 10 November. Available at:

Health and Safety Executive (2018) ‘Work related stress depression or anxiety statistics in Great Britain, 2018, October. Available at:

Keller, Gary (2013) The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results, John Murray Publishers.

Kirvin, Jeff (2015) ‘GTD contexts for working anywhere’, 24 April. Available at:

Lydia M. (2015) ‘How 15 minutes each week keeps our distributed team connected’, Trello, 19 August. Available at:

Mann, Annamarie (2017) ’3 Ways You Are Failing Your Remote Workers’, Gallup, 1 August. Available at:

McChrystal, Stanley with Collins, Tantum, Silverman, David and Fussell, Chris (2015) Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World (Kindle edition), Penguin.

Newport, Cal (2016) Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World, Grand Central Publishing.

Scott, Kim (2017) Radical Candor: How to Get What You Want by Saying What You Mean, Macmillan.

Virtual Not Distant (2014) ‘WP03: Informal communication in teams’, podcast, 27 November. Available at:

Virtual Not Distant (2018a) ‘WLP152 – Clarity and Transparency at MeetEdgar’, podcast, 11 January. Available at:

Virtual Not Distant (2018b) ‘WLP172: On the move’, podcast, 31 May. Available at:

Vitality (2017) ‘Long commutes costing firms a week’s worth of staff productivity’, 22 May. Available at: