Remote team productivity indirectly translates to quality + quantity with a steady workflow of your projects. Maintaining a work-life balance becomes a hassle when adjusting to the new normal of remote working.
Owl Labs surveyed that nearly 70% of full-time workers are working from home since COVID-19.
The lack of constant face-to-face monitoring has taken a toll on productivity levels.
This being said, staying on tasks, scheduling, and focusing on them has called for more improvements in the overall workflow.
Can managing a remote team still prove to be productive with team members spread across the globe?
Let’s find out—
Strategies to Improve Remote Team Productivity –
1. Avoid Micromanagement
Micromanaging translates to a lack of trust in team members. If you want to build a successful team, micromanaging is a strict no-no.
Of course, given the current remote working conditions, craving control is very natural.