Since nearly every problem in an organisation tends to escalate in teams working remotely, you want to make sure that you know where you stand now and where you want to go next. Take a deep dive into thinking what is currently working well in your team and which things should be developed in case you start collaborating virtually. Even if only one person in your team starts to sometimes work remotely, you want to make sure nobody’s time or skills are wasted and that everyone gets their voice heard. That is where building a Remote-first culture can help you out.

Most of this thought-process needs to be done in your organisation and it takes a lot more effort than just creating a work-from-home policy. Still, you are not alone in this. I have collected a bunch of resources for you to get started and am happy to guide you personally with a Remote-first consultation call.