Kevin Rockmann is an expert in marketing, dispersed workers/telecommuters, socialization, virtual teams, identity/identification, decision making, organizational behavior, and negotiations. He has conducted research on high-quality relationships in organizations and teams, non-standard work, and telework. He also researched the effect of co-working spaces on relationship building and the experiences of social isolation in the workplace. Kevin is currently working on a theory piece on the experience of transience. Rockmann has been featured in NPR, TechTarget, Quartz, Daily Mail, FCW, Cheat Sheet, and Business Insider.
Meetings are for decisions, not updates. Managers should include only those employees in a conference call that are absolutely critical.