WLP50 Is Anything Changing in the World of Virtual Teams?

We're 25!

Here's the first time Lisette and Pilar met: http://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com/humanizing-remote-work-pilar-orti/
Updates.

We mention the podcast with Andrea and Ryan: http://www.virtualnotdistant.com/podcasts/meetups/

Lisette went to the Happy Startup Camp. http://www.happystartupsummer.camp/

What is "happiness at work"? (Post edit: have a look at this blog post talking about changing the narrative of your work: http://www.helpscout.net/blog/narrative-of-your-work/)

Lisette bought some noise-cancellation earphones.

Pilar talked to lost of people, in different parts of the world.

We decide to do a live Virtual Coffee with Lisette - join us https://blab.im/pilar-orti-virtual-teams-part-of-21st-cent-wl-podcast

How has our view of remote working and virtual teams changed over the last year?

"Things can go wrong in virtual teams, but they can also go wrong in co-located teams."

 

"We need to find the right location for us as individuals. Remote working is not just home-working."

Technology can help us work in whichever way you want: it can bring you closer to people but also allow you to work separately from them. Customise your tech!

You make your own virtual experience, in the same way as (most times) you make your own luck.