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Brief introduction to Working With Be You Can\'t Be With. When you can\'t see or hear them, you need to create cognitive links, eg, a shared vision, a common work practice.

Brief introduction to Working With Be You Can\'t Be With. When you can\'t see or hear them, you need to create cognitive links, eg, a shared vision, a common work practice.

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  • 1. Working with People You Can’t Be With Michael Sampson The Michael Sampson Company
  • 2. How far away do you have to be until you are a “remote” worker?
  • 3. What’s the challenge to overcome?
  • 4. I Can’t See You
  • 5. I Can’t Hear You
  • 6. Common and Shared Vision 1
  • 7. Agreement on Work Practices 2
  • 8. Willingness 3
  • 9. Execute on Expectations 4
  • 10. How does technology help?
  • 11. Contextual Awareness I’m not there, but you’re blogging what you’re up to (substitute for hearing)
  • 12. Connected Presence You aren’t here, but I can see when you are available (substitute for sight)
  • 13. Team Collaboration - 7 Pillars
    • Shared Access to Data
    • Location Independence
    • Real-Time Joint Viewing and Editing
    • Team-aware Calendaring
    • Social Engagement
    • Enterprise Action Management
    • Collaboration Auto-Discovery
  • 14. Choices … Effectiveness vs. Efficiency
  • 15. Novice Team
    • Process takes longer
    • More breakthrough ideas
    • “ Effectiveness”
  • 16. Established Team
    • Process is shorter
    • Fewer breakthrough ideas
    • “ Efficiency”