Think you know what it takes to run a successful virtual team?
You may want to think again. Managing team members you have never met face-to-face, but who are key to your business, presents a unique challenge. Don't worry. You've come to the right place for guidance.
Discover the best-kept secrets that enable ordinary people to run highly successful virtual teams like a pro. Learn from an industry expert as he discloses The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Virtual Teams to the professional looking to build or reinforce their own successful virtual team.
By definition, a virtual team is a group of individuals who work across time, space, and organizational boundaries with links strengthened by webs of communication technology. Business should be running smooth once you've formed your own team. The reality often falls short. Poor communication and incompetence can turn your dream team into a nightmare. Now imagine having a workforce where everyone steps up and is constantly making things happen.
Author Paul van der Hagen is a successful consultant and project manager with over 20 years hands-on virtual team experience working for tech giants such as Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, and IBM. Living abroad and working internationally has made him the go-to virtual expert for companies worldwide.
Paul's authority is unparalleled and his experience is invaluable. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Virtual Teams guarantees to teach you the right way to manage. Simply, this in-depth resource clears the path to a deeper understanding of virtual teams and what makes them effective.
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Este libro es una compilación de estudios y creencias en lo que es un equipo virtual, y como tal se dedica más en definirlo en sus aspectos más que en brindar consejos concretos en cómo mejorar el trabajo en equipo.
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