Advice for Starting Your Virtual Team

Forming a virtual team can be daunting. Pam Fox Rollin has advice for newcomers. First, managers need to know how their team members are currently communicating so they can tweak communication channels to meet the needs of the virtual team. Managers should also create opportunities for virtual teams to meet occasionally in a brick-and-mortar setting, especially when the team is forming. As with any working team, virtual teams must know their goals and the reasons behind those goals. Finally, virtual-team managers need to have a management system that fits the virtual workplace. Learn more about starting your virtual team at: Four tips for starting a virtual team.

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