Our professional world is changing. Thanks to the onset of new communications and organization technologies, and a little help from a millennial generation with different values than their predecessors, traditional tenets of office environments are starting to either change or disappear. Offices are becoming less necessary as physical institutions, and more flexible when it comes to etiquette, standards, and practices.
For the modern entrepreneur, it has now become possible to start a new company without a physical office at all; residing purely in a digital environment, entrepreneurs can theoretically connect to employees, partners, and clients without ever needing a physical place to cement everything together. There are some distinct advantages to this setup, but do they balance out the obstacles this model presents?