Suddenly the coronavirus is challenging the practices of many organizations. Businesses where distributed work has been occasional or where it has been regular but smaller in numbers are particularly affected by the rapidly changing situation. Difficulties might occur especially in organizations where decentralized work is scarce.
Here are five compact tips to get the remote work going. Keeping everybody’s work goals clear and keeping track of those goals is key when moving to or significantly increasing the number of remote workers.
If your organization does not have existing remote work practices and related agreements, treat the situation caused by the corona as a state of temporary emergency.
Invest in leadership and develop the necessary guidance and contract templates for your organization while adjusting to the situation. There is no point in delaying the transition to decentralized work.
Postscript: If your organization needs help, advice, or consultation on building remote work guidelines and contract templates, leading a decentralized team, or managing an ongoing emergency situation, get in touch!
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