The other day we introduced the case study from our fictionally named, but very real company, Allsante. The study proved that there was a positive ROI for their event targeting independent insurance brokers. In my last post, we View article
A down economy paralyzing travel budgets and threatening event and trade show attendance. A marketing community in need of larger audiences and more leads. Event professionals under fire to produce critical ROI at all costs.
Virtual teams, “individuals collaborating in geographically dispersed work teams who may reside in different time zones and countries” (Horwitz, Bravington, & Silvis, 2006, p. 472), are continuing to increase in frequency in today’s global economy. These teams have become a vital option for organizations that need to work in multiple locales at once and draw on vast global expertise.
In a market fraught with uncertainty, many companies have focused on cutting expenses and increasing productivity and efficiency as a way to stem market share losses and reverse downward sales trends.
Even if you’ve had years of experience leading groups, you’re bound to feel a little anxious when you are asked to facilitate a virtual meeting, especially one that replaces a traditional face-to-face one.
The future of coaching will be shaped by the interrelated evolution of 21st century global collaborations, their enabling technologies, and the ability of coaches to adapt their services to the requirements of this era.
New conditions of business environment, such as globalization, the explosion of new technologies, economy based on knowledge, and information era have made virtual teams an integral part of many organizations today.