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Virtual Teams

Whether your company is transitioning to virtual teams due to an anticipated shift in strategy or a rapid, temporary response to an unforeseen challenge, you don’t want the change to affect the trajectory of your business. If you want to move the needle for your business during a time of transition, you must enable employees to continue to make progress against your strategic initiatives. Learn how to equip your virtual teams with the tools they need to stay on strategy and get work done in the midst of a virtual work transition.

Virtual Teams, Work Management for Teams

Team Tools That Drive Planview’s Remote Workforce

With a growing number of part-time or full-time virtual teams, many managers and team members must address a new concern: How do we collaborate and stay productive when working outside of a traditional office? Effective team tools — along with a few good routines and shared processes — can enable individuals and teams who are working remotely to stay productive, collaborate efficiently, and deliver work fast.   Almost half of Planview’s employees work outside...

Virtual Teams, Work Management for Teams

Leading Remote Teams: 6 Effective Strategies

Remote work has become the new normal for many organizations over the past few years. If you’re a manager who’s used to leading remote teams, then you probably know the usual tips and tricks: Make a schedule. Take breaks. Shower. But working remotely — especially if you’re part of a team — is about more...

Virtual Teams, Work Management for Teams

Work Management for the Virtual Workforce

Across the globe, more and more businesses are rapidly building out their ability to support a virtual workforce with work management solutions. The catalyst for this effort comes from a variety of internal factors, such as when an organization leans on distributed teams as part of their digital transformation or makes remote hires to address talent gaps.   Virtual workforces can also spring up in response to emergencies such as local disasters or out of concern for employee health and wellness, like we have seen this week at Apple, Google, and other large organizations.  ...