There’s no question that remote work, telework, flexible work—whatever your organization’s term for it may be—is having its rightful moment in the sun.
When reading the proverbial chicken livers for 2016, project management trend-spotters overwhelmingly tagged two growing challenges for the field: a growing number of contributors will be working remotely and they will be working on more projects simultaneously.
Managers accustomed to a 9-to-5 office environment often have a tough time adjusting their behavior to effectively utilize telecommuters.
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Project managers must be prepared for the unique challenges posed by round-the-globe clients and collaborators.
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