If you have worked remotely, worked for a startup or owned your own business then you likely have the skills to work remotely. Unlike a traditional job, where you show up at time X and leave at time Y and put in your 40 or so hours, most remote workers set their own hours, they decided where they will work from and have to be self-motivated to get things done.Read More
If you want your remote company to be successful, you’ll need for a culture centered on results, trust and transparency. You can run a brick and mortar company in the old way, it will be at a competitive disadvantage, but you could do it. If you try using traditional management practices with a remote company, it will fail.
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After living and working in Asia for close to two years it is time to say goodbye! My job in Thailand ended in February and I’ve been doing some traveling. First to Bangkok, then Myanmar and at the moment I’m in Taipei.Read More
Want to increase innovation? Employee engagement? Lower turnover and create a work force that is focused on solving problems? Jag Randhawa tells us how in his new book, The Bright Idea Box: A Proven System to Drive Employee Engagement.Read More
Are you giving commandments from on high or is your staff making commitments for work they think is important? I’ve been doing some consulting work for a non profit, mostly project management and business analysis.Read More