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In today’s workplace, it is quite common for teams to be comprised of in-house and remote workers. The days of having everyone in the office are long gone, and we are moving full steam ahead into the virtual workspace. With this ever-evolving environment comes new challenges and ways to overcome them. The age of managing a remote team is here.
In this post, I’m going to share with you the best tips and tools that I use to manage a productive remote team.
Is this article going to be something like this? Sorry to disappoint if you came for that, because it’s going to be far less firehose and much more succinct, and to the point. Here are the top 10 links that are going to make you a project manager (PM) that anyone would love to have on their team. Use the anecdotes, tips, and guidelines found in these 10 links and you and your team are going to get things done.
Results of a study performed by Google’s People Operations on what makes a successful team.
As 2017 comes to a close, we as a team are grateful to our relationships with our friends, family, team members at Anant, and our adopted team members at our clients and vendor teams. Anant wishes you the best in the New Year. As Arturs, aptly titled our end of year retreat deck “The Mountains we’ve Climbed,” I can with certainty say that it’s because of you: the relationships we’ve built and those we are getting to know.
During our most recent webinar, Rahul Singh covered a few of our favorite tools for team collaboration: Slack, Airtable, and Trello. The first two tools are both relatively new to our company whereas the latter one has come to the forefront of our company’s processes after a bit of time in the dark. All three of these tools are integral parts of our “business platform“.