On the Evolution of Work Systems in the Digital Economy
Remote Work – Challenges and Best Practices
Introducing the next Better Collaboration video conferencing event! The information that will be presented is specifically geared towards organization leaders who’re interested in learning about the best practices for virtual collaboration. This event will take place on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern Standard Time/11:00am-12:00pm Pacific Standard Time. To register, please visit the Better Collaboration Meetup site. Details follow:
In this live videoconference we bring together experts and thought-leaders to share perspectives and showcase solutions related to dispersed/virtual team collaboration. You will learn about case studies, best practices, and technology solutions that can help organizations innovate the way their virtual teams work.
Andrew Upah is the Chief Strategy Officer of Virtuali, a leadership training firm that offers an international immersion and leadership development program as well as training on how to work, manage, and lead effectively in a virtual business environment. Andrew previously worked for Accenture and Deloitte Consulting, where he specialized in Human Resources strategy. He served clients in the High-Tech, Retail, State Government, Education, Financial Services, Professional Services, and Health Care industries.
Andrew will provide a short training session on key concepts related to remote work. Upon completion, participants will understand the challenges of remote work and have several strategies and tools to avoid common pitfalls and perform at a high level.
The following topics will be covered:
· Rich Media Theory and the challenges of virtual communication
· Communicating effectively, facilitating virtual meetings, and using technology
· The challenges of teamwork in a virtual environment
· Creating team chemistry and building (affective and cognitive) trust
3. Project Management
· Team composition
· Establishing roles, responsibilities, processes, and goals
We will have plenty of time for Q&A and open discussion following the training session.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn and meet like-minded professionals who’re interested in improving the way we work, and please share this information with others!
To learn more about Better Collaboration, please visit http://www.bettercollaboration.org/.