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Managing Without Walls: Maximize Success with Virtual, Global, and Cross-Cultural Teams by Kevin Wegryn, Colleen Garton

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Virtual Work Locations

One of the great advantages of working virtually is the flexibility it affords virtual workers in choosing work locations. You are not limited to working in just one or two locations. You can work while traveling or at home. You can work at your in-laws or at the library. As a virtual manager, you need to ensure that you and your virtual workers have an appropriate work environment.

Some of the work environments available to remote workers might be ideal temporarily, such as while traveling, but might not be considered appropriate as a long-term work environment. Other possible remote work environments might not be appropriate in any circumstance. For example, a coffee shop would not be considered an appropriate work environment ...

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