Remote teams are already a growing trend in various industries today, considering the benefits it gives to both team managers and members. It is expected to be even more popular as 50% of the workforce now is working various telecommuting roles and about 80% of all employees desire to work remotely for part of the week. However, many managers still cannot fully accept this and they have reasons for that. One of these is fear that they have no control over their actual productivity and level of commitment; therefore, putting the desired result for a project at risk.
What is a remote team?
A remote team is a virtual team that works together, similar to the traditional workplace where a team works for a common goal in a project. It has a manager or leader that the members directly report to for their specific functions. And since it is virtual, the team members and the leaders may not be co-located geographically. In a remote team, there are members that […]