Life on the Road: The Ups & Downs of Managing Remote Teams

Get the Full StoryAs the CEO of a company with teams in Medellin and New York, working remotely in cafes and hotels and juggling Skype and Gmail is an art form I ve have come to master over time. My partner Eddie Arrieta and I recruited a team that is multinational and as a result, travel and remote work has been imbedded into our company culture. However, as our team expands and company grows, we ve learned to set more realistic limits on working away from the office. Here are some things we ve learned over time: A-player or not, accept that travel does affect productivity… This story continues at The Next Web