After talking to Justin Morris about Ethical Walls in episode 199, we wanted to learn more about his work with Modality Systems and MSTeams adoption - so here’s a special bonus episode.
Today we look at the consequences of digital transformation in the workplace, as well as “ethical walls” and other digital boundaries
Today we press stop - and get back to basics, on some aspects of remote which have simply started to get out of hand…
Today we explore the world of Agile - and how its iterative collaboration principles can be applied to everything from distribute team workflow design, to writing a great book on team management.
In today’s episode we talk about visible workflow taken to the extreme, and examine the scope of transparency inside and outside of the workplace.
Today we go global with teams distributed across multiple timezones - also, can you truly hack productivity and change management, plus a useful Agile collaboration platform.
In today’s episode we meet a digital nomad on wheels and learn about web accessibility, more workplace psych definitions, and a handy meeting scheduling tool.
A special extra episode today to celebrate the launch of “Thinking Remote: Inspiration for Leaders of Distributed Teams”.
Lots of theory and ideas today, as Pilar, Maya and guests dissect some of the latest thought-leadership in remote work, and explore research and definitions.
In today’s episode, Maya, Pilar and guest Theresa Sigillito Hollema, and a bunch of Twitter people recommend various business books, to celebrate World Book Day!
A chunky interview today, digging deep into the intricacies of collaboration and what drives it - fascinating discussion, enjoy!
In this episode we explore the evolution of a very traditional industry, serving the needs of today’s entrepreneurs and small businesses in changing ways.
Today we examine the difficulties that loneliness and isolation can present for remote workers, and some practical suggestions for tackling this if it becomes a problem.
Today we discuss the transition to management and what that means for professional roles in a distributed team - plus, a handy tool, wellbeing reflections, and exciting news about our new book.
Our final podcast of 2018 – Pilar and Maya reflect on trends and changes through the year, and what we’re looking forward to in the months ahead, at virtualnotdistant.com.
A Fickle Friday episode following a Twitter thread…
In today’s episode Pilar and her guest remind us that good research is not always reported well in secondary sources - so it’s important to look beyond the soundbites and tweets for real insight.
Today Pilar interviews Maya about her own business, BlockSparks OÜ, which is registered as a limited company in Estonia
A pleasure to welcome back our former collaborator Lisette Sutherland to the show, and talk to her about why she’s been so busy this year!
We really dig into the detail about how one Infinite Red manages their communications using Slack, in today’s only segment: “The Voice Behind the Blog”.