Managing Virtual Teams

posted Jul 8, 3:50 am (1411 days ago), 0 comments, permalink

Our working habits are changing. Advances in communications technology mean that more and more organizations are expanding their horizons. It's never been easier for companies to operate across international borders, and many professionals are taking advantage of technology to work from home. As a result, there has been enormous growth in the number of organizations relying on virtual teams to get their jobs or projects done.

Changes in working patterns and advances in technology mean that more organizations are embracing the creation of virtual teams.They offer considerable advantages but can also present some challenges.

For example, virtual teams are not restricted by borders or time zones, and they offer people much greater flexibility. But it's important to maintain close and effective communication with your team members, and managers must avoid bias and give their virtual workers the same opportunities for recognition and reward as "traditional" office workers


Join the Novia One team for our agile webinar series on Leading and Managing Virtual Teams on 17 July. Click the following Agile Webinar Series Calendar to sign up and log in details. You can also email us on if you are having difficulty signing up to any of our events. 


Download a copy of our Download Managing Virtual Teams Flipbook which can also be downloaded as a PDF file. 


Coping with Change

posted Jul 8, 3:37 am (1411 days ago), 0 comments, permalink

Change is inevitable. Sometimes it can be positive – business growth or a pay raise. At other times it can be painful – losing your job or a personal loss.

Often the hardest changes to understand and adjust to are the ones that are unexpected and out of our control – a recession, a global pandemic, or a major disaster, for example.


Novia One created a short flipbook to help individuals think about change and how to cope.  Clink on the following link to download the flipbook. You can also download the PDF version of the article. Coping with change