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How to Successfully Manage your Remote Teams?

How to Successfully Manage your Remote Teams?


As per a survey by MONSTER – 77% of respondents are keen on knowing the workplace safety measures in a post-CoVID world. And from among the respondents, a whopping 43% have stated that the biggest change in their company policies has been with respect to remote-work flexibility. Clearly, the inclination towards the remote-work system is permanent and hence, it is befitting for organizations to experiment and identify the most appropriate online platform and/or app to successfully manage remote teams.

It is time for teams to align their tasks and responsibilities in line with remote management platforms. This will improve productivity and will help sustain your business goals. In order to understand how to manage a virtual team efficiently, you need to identify the pain points of working remotely. Let us look at some of the commonly face challenges.

Challenges in the Efficient Management of a Remote Team:

  • Inefficient tracking of team performance due to lack of individual employee performance assessment.
  • Inadequate and/or substandard productivity owing to the inability of managers to supervise and oversee teamwork.
  • Lack of effective communication leads to ambiguity and reduced clarity of roles and objectives.
  • Undefined demarcation of personal and professional life leading to employee burnout.
  • Inadequate and inefficient team-building activities that lead to poor employee engagement and motivation. Thus, causing a drop in productivity.

The above-mentioned pain points can be effectively addressed if organizations and teams adopt a few tools available online that helps remote teams work productively. Following are some of the tools that provide a reasonable solution to such pain points.


Slack is a prime tool for interaction and engagement at work between people virtually. It is as good as direct interaction and helps people create specific channels pertaining to specific teams and projects. This promotes deeper focus and eliminates unwanted distractions. Its real-time usability is what makes it one of the premium office tools for remote team management.


Zoom is another preferred online tool that is used by offices, schools, and in general for personal interactions too. It is a great tool that is characterized by its ease in operating owing to its simplified features. A Zoom-link invitation is enough to connect with people remotely and facilitates seamless collaboration. Presentations and other materials for team viewing can be done via its screen-sharing feature. Zoom also has the feature of call/meeting recording that is useful for those who are unable to attend meetings and can be viewed at a later time.


Teams is a product of Microsoft and their effort at increasing workplace productivity remotely. It is a collaborative workspace that enables workplace conversations, collaborative teamwork, video chats, and document sharing between team members. It aids employee productivity with its state-of-the-art collaborative features.

Google Drive

Google Drive is a very convenient and remotely accessible tool from any device like mobiles, tablets, or computers. It helps store, share, and collaborate on files and folders between different team members. Hence, collaborative edits on any shared file are possible by all the respective team members.


Toggl is a very effective tool to streamline and track employee performance and thus, measure employee productivity more accurately even in a remote setup. Additionally, it helps track task and project progression, eliminating any discrepancies in terms of productive and unproductive time spent by employees, and helps determine a tentative deadline for a project. Their dashboard is hugely helpful in comparing team members’ contributions and prevents any ambiguity in performance measurement.

Holowrx Dynamic Thermometer Kiosk 8” (FS800)

Many businesses are preparing to resume on-site operations and are gearing up to ensure CoVID-safe workplace protocols. Social contact is one of the primary concerns in this regard, employers must resort to advanced and contactless screening and check-in solutions.

The Holowrx Dynamic Thermometer Kiosk 8” (FS800) makes this transition easy and seamless by providing the following key features with zero contact:

  • Reads temperatures in ̴ 1 second.
  • Mask detection
  • Facial recognition of registered users
  • Verbal and on-screen alerts for abnormal readings.
  • Efficient monitoring of the kiosk from another device.

Remote teams may be the norm of the day. But with time, when businesses reopen, such personnel kiosks may become mandatory to create and sustain a healthy and safe work environment.

Closing Thoughts

The pandemic has driven an overnight shift in working dynamics for all organizations – small/medium/big worldwide. The increasing difficulties in remote team management can be now tackled with the above-mentioned and similar other online team collaboration tools. They serve to aid employee communication, engagement, collaboration, safety, and productivity.

Contact us to know more.