Virtual Coworking

A recent article, 4 Simple Ways to Manage Global Virtual Teams by Steven Scheck says that time and geographical locations are no longer issues in setting up a remote workforce for businesses.  Companies can operate from anywhere and can have a workforce from different locations with speed, security and ease of access. However, managing a remote team can be challenging.

Here’s how to establish and manage a team from different places and time zones.

  1. Hire top talent

Creative hiring strategies make this process seamless and unique.  Make your job description brief and concise yet interesting to top talent.  Careful evaluation of top candidates will help you finally choose the right talent that will comprise your remote team. 

  1. Take advantage of the latest technology

Make use of the latest technology to collaborate with your remote team easily regardless of the time or place.

  • Utilize cloud computing to collaborate with your remote team in real time.
  • Use various communication tools like video-conferencing, conference calls and chat rooms, etc. to interact with a remote team and also build relationships.
  1. Maintain daily progress report

Keeping the records of your team’s daily activities is extremely significant to keep track on the work in progress.  Having detailed work reports at hand will help you and your team keep updated while keeping the company fully operational throughout the day at all locations.

Conclusion

Use these tips to establish a plan, doing so will make managing a remote workforce possible.  If you’re planning to adopt a remote workforce for your business and you’re located in the city of Philadelphia, then YourOffice can help you in various aspects.  YourOffice Philadelphia offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: small office space Philadelphia, executive suites Philadelphia and meeting space Philadelphia. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology. 

Do you have a remote workforce?  How well do you manage them?  We’d love to see your comments and suggestions below.  You can also see us on Twitter and Facebook.

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