Tag Archives: Remote Work

Rethink Returning To The Office – Instead, Increase Remote Worker Innovation

Remote collaboration is possible. Be wary of return to office without considering altneratives.

Remote workers haven’t been as innovative… that’s a problem because new pandemic challenges demand it. Most executives don’t realize that there is only one primary justifiable business reason for purposely maintaining a 100% on-site workforce. And that is a laser focus on their need for continuous industry-leading innovation. But, unfortunately, that goal has generally only applied to some smaller startups …

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Increase Remote Worker Performance… By Adding Personalized Performance Metrics

Measure WFH performance through performance metrics.

With few face-to-face meetings, remote workers still need feedback, so provide it through performance metrics. Yes, those working remotely no longer have the multiple opportunities to discuss any progress on their work with coworkers and managers. Fortunately, there is an alternative approach for providing feedback that may be more effective in some cases—adding personalized performance metrics for each remote worker. …

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A Recruiting Game Changer – Remote Work Adds Powerful Talent Competitors

Note: This “think piece” is designed to stimulate your thinking on remote work and how it dramatically changes the recruiting competition in every country.  Every global recruiting giant offering remote work jobs is now a serious competitor in every previously local job opening. It’s no exaggeration to say that adding these new fierce talent competitors like Google and Apple to …

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Increasing Innovation Even In a Remote Work Environment

Loading… Taking too long? Reload document | Open in new tab Download Pixabay Increasing Innovation Among Your Remote Workers – Ideas To Try Dr. John Sullivan and Michael Cox After your firm eventually expands its remote workforce to over 50%, anticipate a boost in productivity. Also, expect a painful reduction in innovation unless you take the right proactive actions. Now …

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