Virtual Teams: Getting People to Work Apart - HR in ASIA:
"There are advantages and difficulties posed by virtual teams. On the one hand, theres the benefit of being able to engage and enlist on your teams the most appropriate people, regardless of location. However, remote teams can also be difficult to form and maintain. Without effective collaborative systems, they may fail to deliver as promised or simply fail.
Leading a virtual team requires a strong and varied skills portfolio, but success of any kind of team relies on balancing three elements: results, processes and relationships. Results are the outputs of the team and are what the company measures. But its important to remember that a leaders attention to process and relationship concerns impact heavily on the team’s ultimate results."
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