Embracing a remote work structure requires a culture shift for employees as well as leaders, but one area where project teams may experience challenges is around productivity. Measuring and evaluating productivity levels can seem more difficult in a work-from-home environment. Team members don’t want managers constantly looking over their shoulders, but the senior staff has a valid interest in ensuring everyone delivers good results.
If you’re overseeing dispersed project teams, how can you keep productivity levels high and identify where performance could be improved without becoming a micromanager?
Begin by setting expectations. It’s critical that everyone—team members, PMs,
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