Friday, August 31, 2007

At I.B.M., a Vacation Anytime, or Maybe None - New York Times

Another IBM innovation 

Instead, for the past few years, employees at all levels have made informal arrangements with their direct supervisors, guided mainly by their ability to get their work done on time. Many people post their vacation plans on electronic calendars that colleagues can view online, and they leave word about how they can be reached in a pinch.

“It’s like when you went to college and you didn’t have high school teachers nagging you anymore,” said Mark L. Hanny, I.B.M.’s vice president of independent software vendor alliances. “Employees like that we put more accountability on them.”

At I.B.M., a Vacation Anytime, or Maybe None - New York Times

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