6 tips for managing a global workforce

Telecommuting has made it easier for businesses to operate on a global scale. But for managers that means they might have employees scattered around the world, which poses unique challenges.

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Technology has drastically changed the role of management in the enterprise, as teams, and even entire companies, grow more disperse. In fact, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that you could eventually work for a company with an entirely remote workforce.

While technology has brought plenty of positives to the corporate world, it’s also made managers’ jobs more difficult. How do you effectively measure engagement and performance if you have a team of workers sprinkled across the country or even the globe?

Phil Shawe, Co-CEO of TransPerfect manages over 4,000 employees across 100 countries — and he’s learned a lot from the experience. He’s had to get creative to make it work, but based on lessons learned growing his company from an NYU dorm room in 1992 to a global operation, he has six tips to offer for effectively managing remote teams.

Read More: http://www.cio.com/article/3123409/hiring/6-tips-for-managing-a-global-workforce.html

Related Article: Difference between a global, transnational, international and multinational company

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