There are many perks to working from home and hiring remote employees, but it’s not always easy to set up your remote team for success. Throughout seven years of B Squared, we’ve learned about what it takes to keep a successful virtual team running. Read on for tips on how you can set up your remote team for success.
Remember when brainstorming meetings were cool? The problem with getting together with your cohorts and coercing the creative juices to flow is that creativity doesn’t work like that; it’s not tied to deadlines. Nor does creativity care that such-and-such is due today. So the next time your boss calls a 3-hour brainstorming meeting, send a link to this post and try these ideas instead.