How to handle the transition to remote teams
Whether it’s opening an office in a new city or offering work-life flexibility to better compete for talent, there’s no doubt that more companies today are building teams of people who not only don’t sit right next to each other, but may in fact live hundreds or thousands of miles apart. An estimated 43% of working Americans now work from home at least part of the time. Add to that a growing reliance on outside partners and vendors, and you have a complex new work dynamic that spans buildings, borders, and time zones.
But not all companies are adequately prepared. According to one recent study, only about 30% of companies are fully prepared to meet the challenge of distributed teams. How can your company make the transition, and do it successfully? Read this report to find out:
How to create an inclusive, effective culture
Necessary changes to tools and technologies
Change management techniques, and more.