Do People in Virtual Teams Need Face Time?

Michael Sampson - Currents

”), one of the questions from a delegate in the discussion was about virtual teams, and whether face-to-face (in-person) time was necessary. One of the letters I did write though was called V is for Visiting Team Members , which is in the same concept stream as the question above.

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Your Future with SharePoint? Looking Forward

Michael Sampson - Currents

In research conducted in the mid-90s on virtual teams, Jessica and Jeff at NetAge concluded that success was “90% people, 10% technology.” Earlier in this series: 1 – Your Future with SharePoint? Looking Back. Looking Forward.

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Work Stream #1 – Learning Is the Work

Elsua

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Chocolate at Work: A Lighter Post for August

Partnering Resources

And in this world of virtual teams, it’s even important to create these personal connections. Maya hosts a chocolate tasting. If you know me, you know that I love chocolate.

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Work Stream #4 – Speaking at Client Events

Elsua

In fact, if there would be a need to justify the business case of social networking tools behind the firewall (Yes, in 2016 we still seem to have to do plenty of that!),

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Set Expectations for Communication with a Remotely-Located Boss

Michael Sampson - Currents

She references some of the experts in the field of virtual teams and remote communication for strategies to improve the situation, including: – use instant messaging when a quick answer is required, not email. A couple of months ago, Sue at The Wall Street Journal wrote about the challenge of managing a long-distance relationship with your boss. Her opening statement: It’s the toughest long-distance relationship: employee and boss.

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Set Expectations for Communication with a Remotely-Located Boss

Michael Sampson - Currents

She references some of the experts in the field of virtual teams and remote communication for strategies to improve the situation, including: – use instant messaging when a quick answer is required, not email. A couple of months ago, Sue at The Wall Street Journal wrote about the challenge of managing a long-distance relationship with your boss. Her opening statement: It’s the toughest long-distance relationship: employee and boss.

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