By reprioritizing your company, including evaluating what employees both want and need, you can create a thriving and successful decentralized structure.
The metaverse is the next logical place for businesses and employees to begin a mass migration or transition.
Employers will attract and retain more Gen Z talent if they can provide this.
How to manage a distributed workforce and still build your desired team performance and culture.
Looking to enter new markets, reduce overhead and become more appealing to your customer base? Going virtual in the new year may be the answer.
As more and more businesses go remote, these are ways to be more effective and efficient on conference calls.
There is a humongous network of software applications which allows you to collaborate virtually; people actively prefer to coordinate over digital channels. The alternative workplace has taken over
Use the phone and take every opportunity you get to meet in person.
Servcorp, decades older than WeWork, sees a remote-work future without foosball tables and 'Hustle Harder' posters.
Having a team that's happy to turn on their computers every day -- regardless of distance -- is what makes going virtual one of the best decisions.
Companies that thing document management systems are still too expensive don't know how much paper files cost.
Without face-to-face contact, it's difficult to manage the conversation, navigate complex issues or deal with difficult personalities in the group. The good news is there are specific techniques you can use to improve these calls.
With more and more employees working virtually, here is how to manage your team in a cohesive manner.
In our co-working series, NYU students give us the skinny on hot spaces in NYC. Here, we take a look at Brooklyn's creative-tech space The Yard.