Many businesses today are transitioning to remote work.
Running a remote business, though, is far from easy. From accurately defining remote work policies, setting up workspaces to maintaining company culture, there’s so much that needs to be done.
Global teams have become commonplace today as economies overlap to form one large global village.
International teams allow you to access a global pool of talent. You can conceive ideas in one country, produce it in another, and launch in a third country.
But how do you manage a global team with different languages, time zones, and cultures?