Smart working is a new approach to work organization, based on flexibility and autonomy in the choice of work spaces, times and tools in a context of greater responsibility of workers for results. The chapter aims to provide some reflections on how changes in work organization can have cascading effects on the organization of cities, influencing people's quality of life and more generally the quality of the environment. In addition to illustrating some of the main features of the new work organization models functional to company and worker purposes, the paper shows the impact of smart working on mobility, the urban environment, territorial development, livability and socio-relational aspects. This paper is based on the evidence and body of work available at the end of 2020.

Smart working and flexible work arrangements: opportunities and risks for sustainable communities

R. Roberto
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M. Penna;B. Felici;M. Rao
2022-01-01

Abstract

Smart working is a new approach to work organization, based on flexibility and autonomy in the choice of work spaces, times and tools in a context of greater responsibility of workers for results. The chapter aims to provide some reflections on how changes in work organization can have cascading effects on the organization of cities, influencing people's quality of life and more generally the quality of the environment. In addition to illustrating some of the main features of the new work organization models functional to company and worker purposes, the paper shows the impact of smart working on mobility, the urban environment, territorial development, livability and socio-relational aspects. This paper is based on the evidence and body of work available at the end of 2020.
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