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January 3, 2011
The Distance Manager: A Hands-On Guide to Managing Off-Site Employees and Virtual Teams
This book is older, but the content is appropo.As Federal government agencies experience an increase in the number of teleworkers, and as teams are formed from workers in diverse locations, a new leadership style is needed.Technologies and business requirements allow persons to work successfully at a distance, but the trend places demands on leaders to manage well from a distance.Leaders who do it well will gain a tremendous advantage for their operations.This book helps you learn from industry leaders who have developed the skills needed to perform well.
This book can be found in HECSA Library: The Distance Manager: A Hands-On Guide to Managing Off-Site Employees and Virtual Teams Kimball Fisher and Mareen Duncan Fisher HD 2336.3 .F57 2001
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