Remote Teams: It’s Not Low Productivity, But Poor Leadership

My commute these days is about 30 steps from my kitchen to my home office. There isn’t a lot of traffic or distraction. I yell upstairs to my family, “I’m heading to work.” I walk through the office door, and the workday begins. I know my tasks for the day. I know how those tasks roll up to my plan for the month. I know how my plan rolls up to the next 90-day goal for my company. Sounds pretty simple, right? But don’t be misled — simple is hard.

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