COVER STORY: WORKING FROM HOME: Ar Gian P Mathur, MD, Gian P Mathur and Associates, Delhi
06 Apr 2020 |
| SURFACES REPORTER
2 Min Read
While we have adopted the Work From Home in our firm it is really difficult to manage in the beginning since our job requires a lot of interaction with different people. Right now since the construction is stopped, only design development is happening. However, we are trying to adapt ourselves by guiding and sharing the info through communication tools as much as possible.
Everyone is working very hard to get the best out of the situation. Also once the problem is over, we must try to equip and train ourselves to be able to face such situations in future in a much better way.
While the current situation seems bleak, there is a silver line. Once in a while, architects are required to work from the site instead of office. WFH situation is preparing us for offsite working. Also, working remotely will help develop independent thinking and creativity among individuals which could be a great start.
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