I.M. Wright writes:
Real products require real teamwork. Nothing substantial exists in isolation. Teamwork only happens when teams discuss together, design together, and deliver together. Specific, narrowly scoped parts can be done with individual flow, but that can’t be the primary thrust of the effort.
Much wisdom in this piece about the care and feeding of flow in a team environment. Hits on a recent theme I’ve been considering regarding optimal space set-up. I think the best working set-up is one that adapts to what you need when you need it.