Callum Adamson is clear: after nearly a year of lockdowns, many companies still don't understand what good remote working looks like. Instead their approach has been "the equivalent of jumping into a lifeboat and calling it sailing.”
What gives a 40-year-old aerospace engineering drop-out such insight into the nuances of WFH and the needs of remote teams? He’s spent the last four years building them.
In lay terms the company he co-founded in 2017, Distributed, acts as an outsourcer for software developement teams. Clients - which include The Ministry of Justice and Capita - will come to it with a project, for which Distributed will build a team of freelance software developers, using an internal, AI-driven vetting process.