Interaction zones for remote workers: negotiating interlocking spaces. / Foley, Simon.

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Abstract Current work into Interaction Space Theory addresses the needs of remote workers who spend prolonged periods away from their own organisation to conduct projects on behalf of their clients. Often based at the client's own office or project site, these remote workers
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