Teleconferences, instant messaging tools and virtual teams are common tools among the growing masses who routinely work from home. Some organizations are as comfortable with WFH (work from home) as they are with other forms of BAU (business as usual). For other organizations, having employees go from their cubicles to their couches is a new and possibly stressful venture.
If yours is not an experienced remote-working culture, you may find it challenging to maintain productivity while practicing social distancing to keep employees healthy and safe from the spread of the coronavirus. To help your organization transition smoothly, we offer this checklist of WFH axioms to help you get remote working off the ground quickly, or refine your approach to help virtual teams perform successfully.