Managing the globally networked organization (part 2)

Successful managers in virtual organizations say that it’s not about the tasks – the first priority is building relationships on the team, so that it can function like a team. So that people aren’t afraid to offer innovative ideas or criticize bad ones. So that team members will know someone has their back.

How do you do that in a virtual environment – especially if you’re working with teams that span the globe?

That’s the question Dr. Charles Piazza takes up in part two of his recent webinar, “Managing the Global Letwork Organization:  Strategies for Engaging Dispersed Teams.”

See Part 2 here

(See part 1 here)

Dr. Piazza is the director of Saybrook’s MA in Management, specializing in Global Workforce Collaboration.  Keep reading the Rethinking Complexity for more insight on 21st century leadership.

Learn more about studying Management at Saybrook University.