The internet is awash with “The Ultimate Guide to Fill-in-the-Blank” and the topic of Remote Work is no exception.
The following is my best attempt to curate a short list of high-value content that every manager or leader of a remote team should invest in.
Please, don’t hesitate to reach out and make a suggestion.
Practical role-based tips and suggestions based on Google’s internal and external research.
Some practical frameworks and lots of good content, but a not presented in a super readable format.
The cream of the crop, imo. Best practices for starting, managing, and scaling a remote team.
From initial hiring decisions all the way to onboarding, here is all you need to know about sourcing phenomenal remote candidates
How to Grow, Manage, and Work with Remote Teams
Transitioning a team to remote deserves many thousands of words, but this short article provides an outline for the things leaders would need to dig into.
Reads like an article, not a guide, so here we are. Excellent piece from a co-founder's point-of-view about communication, trust-building, motivation, and a few tips & tricks.
Thoughtful piece by Martin Fowler about the trade-offs of remote versus co-located teams. Leaders need to be well-aware of the pros and cons of remote work in order to be able to design an effective, healthy workplace.
Inc.com article about research into wfh and productivity. Bombastic headline, but has some good data.
Important tips leaders should follow to ensure their team members feel supported to do their best work.
With over 200 episodes, this podcast will surely have an episode that speaks to any challenges that are most top-of-mind for you at the moment.
Brought to you by the folks at We Work Remotely, this podcast has interviews with leaders like Jason Fried, Tammy Bjelland, and Joel Gascoigne.
Interviews with founders and leaders from remote-friendly startups like Github, Zapier, and Buffer.