Distributed Teams: Benefits, Downsides & How To Improve // Top Ten Tips

January 01, 1970 Published by Geoff Watts

In an ideal world teams would be co-located, but this isn’t an ideal world. Pretty much every team these days is distributed to some degree – on different floors, in different cities or in different countries.

While there are some downsides to having a distributed team, there can, if tackled well, be a lot of benefits too.

In this video I bring together the Top Ten Tips I use when working with, or as part of, a distributed team to give it every chance for success. This is the second in my new ‘Top Ten Tips’ video series and follows on from my shorter leadership Lightbulb Talk videos.

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