Even with email and Skype, most business owners are forced to spend a lot of time travelling to meetings. But with the right planning, train-time doesn’t have to be lost working time. So what’s the best way to work productively on the move?
“If most of your day-to-day work takes place on a computer, you can work anywhere ― including on transport,” stresses Richard Leyland, founder of WorkSnug, which connects mobile workers with places to work. “But clearly if you’re going to work from different locations, you need to be aware that some places are best suited to certain tasks and plan accordingly.”
Mobile working with email
For many business people, mobile working is about staying in touch. We can blame the rise of smart phones for that ― in recent years they’ve made it much easier for us to contact each other.