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Virtual Company – Go
Limitless
Mario Peshev @no_fear_inc
WordPress Engineer DevWP.eu
Mario Peshev
• WordPress Architect @ DevriX
• Former Java/PHP/Python Developer
• WordPress Ambassador
at SiteGround
• @no_...
Virtual Company
• Distributed work force
• Online communication
• Everyone’s remote, no one’s left out
• Larger pool of ex...
Main Problems
• Time management
• IT maintenance
• Child Care
• Other Peoples Agenda
• Time Zones
• Distractions
The typical telecommuter
• a 49-year-old college graduate
• man or woman
• earns about $58,000 a year
• belongs to a compa...
Efficiency and Health
• Average business day efficiency: 55-80%
• 90% are effective only 50% of the time
75% of the heart ...
Numbers
• Telecommuters in the US:
Cisco Systems
1.Saved $277 million in 1 year of
telecommuting
2.60% of the time saved by commuters were
invested back in w...
What Tools Do You Use?
Different Virtual Options
Employee
Employee Commute
Consultant
Consultant
• Consultants, Freelancers, Project based
Contractors
• Working with multiple clients
• Flexible business hours...
Tele-Consultant
Company Owner
Toni Schneider on “5 reasons why your
company should be distributed“:
• Your employees will love it
• You can hire great p...
• 21 Months In: How to Manage a Remote
Team
Wade Foster, Zapier:
1.Hire Doers
2.Hire people you can trust
3.Trust the peop...
Micromanagement
• Don’t micromanage
• Don’t nag for instant response
• Communication is the very key!
• Motivated people c...
Summary
• Remote is out there
• Sky is the limit
• Options for employees, consultants and
business owners
• Different PM a...
Remote and Flexibility
Questions?
Tweets as @no_fear_inc
Mario Peshev on LinkedIn
nofearinc on WordPress.org
GitHubering via mpeshev
DevWP.eu - b...
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
Virtual Company - Go Limitless
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Virtual Company - Go Limitless is my guide for beginner and mid-level consultants and entrepreneurs about joining a remote business or creating a distributed virtual company. Our team at DevriX.com consists of 17 virtual contractors and we're constantly leveraging the power of the best virtual employees while focusing only on quality and the actual work.

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Virtual Company - Go Limitless

  1. 1. Virtual Company – Go Limitless Mario Peshev @no_fear_inc WordPress Engineer DevWP.eu
  2. 2. Mario Peshev • WordPress Architect @ DevriX • Former Java/PHP/Python Developer • WordPress Ambassador at SiteGround • @no_fear_inc • Open Source addict and Cofficer
  3. 3. Virtual Company • Distributed work force • Online communication • Everyone’s remote, no one’s left out • Larger pool of experts • Fast turnaround • Cost and time saving
  4. 4. Main Problems • Time management • IT maintenance • Child Care • Other Peoples Agenda • Time Zones • Distractions
  5. 5. The typical telecommuter • a 49-year-old college graduate • man or woman • earns about $58,000 a year • belongs to a company with more than 100 employees The New York Times
  6. 6. Efficiency and Health • Average business day efficiency: 55-80% • 90% are effective only 50% of the time 75% of the heart attacks happen between 5am and 8am
  7. 7. Numbers • Telecommuters in the US:
  8. 8. Cisco Systems 1.Saved $277 million in 1 year of telecommuting 2.60% of the time saved by commuters were invested back in work 3.80% of the employees are happier
  9. 9. What Tools Do You Use?
  10. 10. Different Virtual Options
  11. 11. Employee
  12. 12. Employee Commute
  13. 13. Consultant
  14. 14. Consultant • Consultants, Freelancers, Project based Contractors • Working with multiple clients • Flexible business hours • Unleash your productivity with creativity
  15. 15. Tele-Consultant
  16. 16. Company Owner
  17. 17. Toni Schneider on “5 reasons why your company should be distributed“: • Your employees will love it • You can hire great people wherever you find them • You will use better communication tools • You can still be social • Your offices will be more fun
  18. 18. • 21 Months In: How to Manage a Remote Team Wade Foster, Zapier: 1.Hire Doers 2.Hire people you can trust 3.Trust the people you hire 4.Hire people who can write 5.Hire people who are ok without a social workplace
  19. 19. Micromanagement • Don’t micromanage • Don’t nag for instant response • Communication is the very key! • Motivated people could be more productive from home • Non-motivated would try to slack all the time
  20. 20. Summary • Remote is out there • Sky is the limit • Options for employees, consultants and business owners • Different PM approach and priorities • More effective, affordable, joyful and flexible
  21. 21. Remote and Flexibility
  22. 22. Questions? Tweets as @no_fear_inc Mario Peshev on LinkedIn nofearinc on WordPress.org GitHubering via mpeshev DevWP.eu - blog

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