There are three areas organizations should examine and deliberately set up to effectively collaborate in a distributed fashion.
To make a distributed team work in the long-term it takes deliberate planning and thoughtfulness about your culture, leadership, strategic planning, and team-building.
Remote meetups have become instrumental as a tool for team building & bridging the gaps between in-person face time.
An easy and insightful ice breaker for any team, but especially helpful to be conducted remotely!
Why we need self-starters with these qualities to be a good remote worker.
Mentorship doesn’t mean you have to be in the same physical space. Here’s how we brought a remote philosophy to mentorship.
A million words published after 7 years of working remotely, and some tips on how, what, and why to document (and publish) at work.
Some helpful resources to help you (or someone you know!) find a remote / distributed job and some pitfalls to avoid.
One of my favorite holiday games is what I called “Sneaky Santa,” also what is known as a Yankee Swap to some. It’s something I wrote off as impossible to do with a remote team. Until now.
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