ure and how to build it, is a hot topic these days. I see it popping up frequently in my Google Alerts and in social media comments. But as I read the article and the responses, I find myself shaking my head. Remote work culture is organizational culture. It’s not a separate construct. There is research and articles already available on organizational culture. These are just as effective at solving common culture challenges experienced by remote workers, teams and organizations.
It happens – an invisible remote leader. Maybe you’ve experienced this: You’re having a highly productive morning, when suddenly you realize you haven’t received a response from your boss regarding that really important, time-sensitive project. You scroll through your emails and realize they haven’t sent you anything for the last two weeks. You check your instant messenger service: The boss is in a meeting. The boss is always in a meeting!