Managing a Remote Team Is All About the Outputs

With remote teams, it’s not like you can look over someone’s shoulder or visibly see if they are struggling—the only observable information is the outputs. That’s why remote team management needs to be centered around saying what you’re going to do and then comparing that to the output.

This is difficult for most teams to do because estimation is hard and course corrections are required. Still, this must become a core skill for a remote team or you won’t make the right adjustments that are needed to become a high-performing team.

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