In some projects, creating remote workgroups with some team members are necessary because the conditions of work and possibly the composition of the team do not allow us to be always physically present.
For this reason, it is important to know that remote working conditions deserve special care and attention. A few months ago, I had the task of leading a project that had a high percentage of remote participation, I share some tips that I think are important to know to improve teamwork.
Leading remote teams requires an additional level of management, and to use different skills than those we would use with the whole team on site or located together. Having this knowledge and ability will ensure a successful outcome for your project, i.e. fulfilling the goals in terms of scope, time and optimized use of the allocated resources, and the satisfaction of both your client and your team.
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