The DOs of training virtual global teams

The digital revolution has brought about a major shift in the way teams are created. Geography is no longer a factor as people don’t have to be in the same office in order to efficiently work on the same project. This comes with a lot of advantages: people can have great job opportunities without having to relocate or commute, while companies get to hire the best talent without great logistic expenses.

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However, the challenges are also considerable, especially when it comes not only to a virtual team but to a virtual and global one. It’s one thing to work with people that belong to fairly the same culture and another to have to deal with significant differences in values, beliefs and communication styles.

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