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Managing Remote Teams - Page: 16
As more companies do away with the traditional 9-to-5 office job in favor of a flexible work environment, issues with how to maintain a high-performance culture arise.
Getting developers to take ownership of the work they're doing is key to your project's ultimate success. Here's how to do it.
If you answer 'yes' more than 'no', you may want to stick with a brick–and-mortar business.
Employers can't realistically assume office staff will make the switch to working from home without training.
Think you need to be chained to New York or San Francisco to attract the most competent, talented employees? Fuggedaboutit!
Up to 50 percent of workers will be operating remotely by 2020, one study projects. What are you doing in response?
To make working remotely a success requires improvements to communication and accountability that would benefit any company.
Leading a team isn't easy, and doing so remotely is much more difficult because the human factor is absent.
No one starts a business and does everything right, but if you're going to make mistakes, why not share those missteps with other budding entrepreneurs and help them avoid the same pitfalls?
Technology allows companies to hire talent far beyond commuting distance but melding a team from far flung individuals requires more than just technology.