You CAN organize remote and location independent work successfully
Article by Bjorn Cocquyt in MT.be
Bjorn Cocquyt wrote an article in MT.be about the concepts that Koen Blanquart defends in ThuisVoorDeel.
“The transnational organization is a close-knit company that, above all, can operate quickly in other locations, without a gigantic logistical challenge.”
Communicating a lot is not the same as micromanaging, Blanquart argues. Communicating about the achieved results, what people are working on, or even what is next on the schedule and not just communicating about who is working when and where is more positive than negative. As a manager, you should not be afraid to over-communicate. And especially don’t only communicate when something is going awry.
The article appeared on November 9 on MT.BE.
Koen Blanquart is an author, keynote speaker, and strategy consultant. Being a digital nomad, Koen operates worldwide, while he considers New York his home base. In his most recent book, Koen gathered tips and methods of digital nomads to manage a remote workforce and hybrid work. Koen explains how asynchronous and remote work is critical in creating a high-performance workforce in his most recent book. Whenever Koen finds a chance, he’s out and about with his camera.