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Challenges of Working Remotely & How TrackDuck Solves Them

by Kornelija Sakalaitė, Starterpad.com
November 26, 2014

A burning need of IT specialists is resulting in a considerable growth of outsourcing which leads to groups of people working all over the world – remotely. Remote communication and work within scattered teams of IT, among different departments or subsidiaries of the same company, with clients miles away etc., causes a whole variety of...[Click to read more]

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Remote Work Sustainability

by Daniel.gd
November 25, 2014

Beyond not being tied to an office freedom of location means that the work I choose needs to be sustainable while moving around often. Travel is expensive, it is a privilege, and takes money to do it. If I’m able to travel, but my income goes away as a result, then we won’t be able to...[Click to read more]

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Work from Home: Tips for Finance Pros

by Moe Harrison, SniFinancial.com
November 25, 2014

Today’s workforce is increasingly mobile. Whether you call it working from home, telecommuting, or a flexible work arrangement, more than 3.2 million workers in American are doing it, according to the American Community Survey. The work-from-home trend is expected to only increase according to Global Workplace Analytics. Until recently, working from home was an option...[Click to read more]

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The How & Why of Working Remotely

by Blog.akpsi.org
November 24, 2014

Working from home, or at a remote space away from the office, has become very common. With the technology that is used in most offices, being physically onsite is less and less important. Most of the work doesn’t actually have to be done at the office. This has allowed people to work from home, a...[Click to read more]

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4 Tips To Leading A Remote Workforce Successfully

by Ajt-ventures.com
November 24, 2014

Technology has usurped the traditional workforce, truly transforming the way in which business conducts itself. The modern work environment faces a new dynamic; many businesses are working with telecommuters rather than employees in a traditional office setting. Whereas meetings were once conducted in a boardroom, technology has allowed businesses to meet in coffee shops, on...[Click to read more]

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Trust, risk and remote teams

by Wayne Turmel, Management-Issues.com
November 26, 2014

One of the major tenets of this blog is that leading and working in remote teams isn’t intrinsically more difficult than working together, but it is different. So we have to acknowledge and address those differences if we’re going to be successful. If you were listing the differences, the ability to build trusting work relationships...[Click to read more]

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The Uberization of Marketplaces: Five to Watch in 2015

by Xenios Thrasyvoulou, Wired.com
November 21, 2014

Marketplaces are some of the toughest businesses to build, but also some of the most defensible once established. Complex and multi-dimensional, they need to be continuously refined and honed in order to reach critical mass. However with the on-boarding of supply exploding, (from second hand items, home cooked meals, spare beds, gig workers) reverse network...[Click to read more]

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Stanford Study Shows Working From Home Is More Productive

by Anne, Vsee.com

Early last week Lifehacker posted a story about a recent Stanford University experiment on teleworkers in a Chinese travel agency.  It turns out that those who worked from home were significantly more productive (i.e. received more calls thus booked more flights) than their office-bound counterparts.  To be more precise, teleworkers logged 15% more calls overall, 4%...[Click to read more]

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