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How Successful Are Virtual Project Teams?

by Ken Whitaker

The software development industry has migrated more and more to a virtual, telecommuting industry. But recent headlines have solidified the battle lines regarding virtual teams. Are they good or bad for employee morale and productivity?

How to Assess Your Team Culture—and Make It Better

by Bruce Harpham

With all the enthusiasm about AI and new technology, we must not lose sight of people. But until you assess the quality of your team’s culture, it's tough to know what exactly you should do to improve.

How to Become a Conscious Leader

by MaryBeth Hyland

Conscious leadership focuses on building a culture of “we” rather than a culture of “me.” While it sounds simple, it’s far from easy. Here are some principles to help you become a more conscious leader.

How to Encourage Teams to Use Mobile PM Tools

by Jason Westland

From an increasingly global project world, to broader trends in remote teams, to an emerging crop of millennial workers who are mobile-natives, to simply more productivity opportunities with new mobile apps… there are countless reasons why project leaders and teams need to be working more toward a more mobile work culture.

How to Integrate Time Zones for Successful Collaboration

by Mark Kilby

Many managers of distributed agile software teams struggle with time zones. Team members may also struggle with maintaining a traditional eight-hour workday when separated by multiple time zones. Perhaps it’s not the time zones that are the challenge; the real challenge lies in re-thinking the workday of the team.

How to Lead Engaging Calls With Virtual Teams

by Lenka Pincot

Working with virtual teams brings unique communication and engagement challenges. This practitioner has put together her favorite tips to improve the quality of communication with a virtual team before, during and after a meeting.

How to Make Virtual Teams Work Successfully

by Kunal Sen

In the modern-day reality of global corporations, outsourcing, and a vehement emphasis on productivity, virtual teams (also known as “geographically dispersed teams”) are commonplace; even small companies have embraced virtual teams as a result of their outsourcing operations to other companies. Technological innovation and the very low cost of communication have enabled companies to overcome physical distance as an obstacle to doing business, or have they? There are multiple facets to making a virtual team work. This paper focuses on communication issues for a distributed team.

How to Plan Work at the End of the Year

by Bart Gerardi

As people take time off for the year-end holidays, team capacity fluctuates and planning is a challenge. Here are four options to make the best use of the time and people available, while trying not to create more stress and frustration.

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