A Manager's Guide to Successful Remote CollaborationJabra spoke with Barbara Larson, Executive Professor of Management at Northeastern’s D’Amore-Mckim School of Business, on how managers can best lead solid collaboration in virtual or remote teams.
Research shows that when there's training given around virtual work, it tends to focus on technology and digital security policies and very little attention is given to the social, psychological and collaborative aspects of virtual work. It's therefore important that when we talk about remote work, we consider the pain points that emerge consistently.
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"If you as a manager mandate how your team communicates, then everybody is on equal footing, receiving the same information in the same way."