|“Making Virtual Distance Work in the Digital Age”,
Karen Sobel Lojeski and Richard Reilly, The Institute for Innovation & Information Productivity
By itself, proper software selection cannot resolve the issues created by Virtual Distance. But by understanding the dynamics of Virtual Distance teams, organizations can select the right software to provide highly effective critical support and mitigate the inherent risks.
“The Virtual Workforce: A Shifting Paradigm”,
Dynamics that do not exist in face-to-face interactions—including distance, different cultures, a wide range of time zones, and communications barriers—mean virtual teams face unique challenges. But there are steps you can take to enhance trust and foster leadership, effective collaboration, and innovation in virtual workgroups.