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10 tips for managing virtual teams

by Tom Mochal, Techrepublic.com
November 12, 2007

Most everyone works in a team environment. It has always been understood that the most effective teams are those located together. In fact, many managers decide to co-locate their team after reorganization, even though the constant churn of people moving from place to place is seen by others as unproductive.Against this backdrop is a global...[Click to read more]

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Remote working: Choosing a service provider

by Dan Martin, Businesszone.co.uk
November 5, 2007

Technology is key to helping businesses keep ahead of the game. From basic phones, to the internet, to more advanced methods of communicating your business, such as podcasts, new tools and applications are essential in keeping a business in the public domain. The challenge is communicating easily – and cost effectively – when today’s businesses...[Click to read more]

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The quiet revolution: Telecommuting

by Eve Tahmincioglu, NBCnews.com
October 5, 2007

Victor Cousins has a pretty good gig working for the human resources department at Sun Microsystems, but he doesn’t have an office, just a locker. Don’t feel sorry for him. He’s not one of those types who measure his career success by the size of his office. In fact, he’s proud to be office-less, and...[Click to read more]

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How to Manage Employees in Remote Locations

by Kelly Dwyer, CBSnews.com
September 24, 2007

Thanks to technology and globalization, more and more business teams are working together across state lines and international borders. Many corporations employ “dispersed teams,” where a manager in New York may communicate daily with colleagues in Boston, Los Angeles, and Singapore. But even with an array of new Web-based collaboration tools at their disposal, most...[Click to read more]

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Goal: Establish strong relationships to fuel motivation, collaboration, and productivity.

by Robert Denker, Rdpusa.com
September 24, 2007

Recent research from the Gallup Organization’s Tom Rath shows that people with strong friendships at work are more motivated, loyal, collaborative, and productive. In a typical office, those relationships form naturally. Across remote locations, you need to foster not only your connection to your remote employees, but also their connections to one another.[Click to read more]

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IS FLEXIBILITY AT WORK GOOD OR BAD?

by ALEXANDER KJERULF, Positivesharing.com
September 3, 2007

According to an article in The New York Times, I.B.M. has been trying out a new vacation policy, in which fixed vacation rules are replaced by informal agreements between employees and their immediate supervisor. The guiding principle is that the work must get done. As long as this is the case, employees can take as...[Click to read more]

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