Seasoned remote project managers offer next-level tips and tricks from the virtual trenches for coordinating the output and productivity of remote teams
Christina Wood writes in
"In the past few weeks, you've pulled off a feat you once believed impossible: Without notice, planning, or training you became project manager for a remote team you never see in person.
Managing remotely is a specialized skill, requiring communication and mediation skills, digital tools, and excellent planning and visualization. When built from the ground up, a remote team operates differently from one that works in an office. It would even have different people on it - those who sought and selected a remote job..."
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