For work to be done efficiently and effectively synchronizing the different “home/virtual locations” and the main office, technology is needed to makes it happen.
There are myths out there that it is not possible to work remotely. These different myths have grown from year to year until COVID – 19 struck.
Most organizations had no choice but to give technology a try. That which looked impossible, which was touted as not do-able has been proven to be possible. One by one, the myths have been unraveled for what they really are – mere scarecrows.
Maybe you still hold on to the past, maybe you still have your doubts. The only way to prove or disprove anything is to actually give it a try and prove it for yourself.
If you are ready to explore the possibilities, then come along with me. We will look at some tools you can use to debunk these myths.
It is very important to understand what is really needed to work remotely and ensure you have what is just right for you, that way you can give yourself a fair chance of succeeding.
In my previous post https://legalpediaonline.com/working-remotely-in-a-global-pandemic/ I mentioned 5 working tools to consider when setting up a remote working system.
Here are basic categories of tools for you to use, that will keep the communication lines open between you and your employees or colleagues despite the fact that you are working from different locations.
It is important to have regular meetings to keep in touch with each other and make sure everyone is aligned with the goals and objectives for the day, week, month etc. or project.
Conference and meeting apps like Google Meet, Zoom or Microsoft Teams.
You can read more about that here https://legalpediaonline.com/the-new-normal-way-of-business-and-work/
Accountability tools are aimed at tracking progress on tasks, targets and goals.
If you have these basic tools in place you are well on your way to finding out for yourself if virtual work is a myth or not.
Are you trying to set up a virtual office to keep your firm operations going on as you observe the health guidelines? There are different things to take into consideration and put into place to help ensure an effective and efficient remote work system.
Do you need help? Are you thinking of setting up your firm to run virtually? You can talk with us. Click here to book a FREE consultation call, we can help you.