habits of successful virtual teams
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DESCRIPTIONThe responses to our first NW2W survey were quite a revelation. How much of your team works from “elsewhere” is not a determining factor in team success. It’s the way we connect personally that makes all the difference. Take a look at the results.
- 1. unIF vsarsnqzfpllse I III II I What Are The Hallmarks Of Successful Virtual Teams? PERSONABLE 71% of successful teams engage in personal | G) & non business conversations with colleagues daily or weekly. O of those on less successful 3 8 /0 teams rarely or never engage colleagues in personal conversation. CD CANDID I O 0 of those on less successful 0 0 teams are less likely to voice disagreement on virtual calls than they would facetoface. of those on successful teams are just as 59% are | e55 | ike| y to contribute likely to voice disagreement on virtual a spontaneous idea Virtua| |y. calls as they are in face-to-face meetings. 80% are as likely to pitch a spontaneous idea. O n 77% of successful teams say 84 /0 - less than one-fourth of their meetings are one-way of less successful teams say more than monologues. one-fourth of their meetings are oneway, not collaborative. REACH OUT 86% 44% 44% of those on less successful teams rarely or never reach out to keep in touch with remote colleagues. 86% reach out to keep in touch with colleagues at other sites regularly. DISTANCE 85% 85% of the most successful teams have over 1/4 of members in different locations; 68% have more than half their members remote. SUCCESS U n F H vourenterprise
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