Ali Greene the co-founder of Remote Works, an organizational design and consulting firm with a mission to liberate teams from the nine-to-five and teach them how to do their best work anytime, anywhere joins Enterprise Radio. She is also co-author of the new book, Remote Works: Managing for Freedom, Flexibility, and Focus , the ultimate playbook for managing remote teams.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is on association with the Author Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Ali Greene discuss the following:
Talk to me about remote work fluency. Why do you think this is the must-have skill-set for the future, and what does it mean?
What are some ways to build culture remotely?
There is a lot of commentary about remote work and productivity, can you explain why this mindset has to change?
Why are you so passionate about remote work, what does it mean to you?
People are “always on” these days. How can remote workers create boundaries between work and home?
People seem to be in a state of “information overload” with constant notifications and Zoom calls. How do you recommend remote workers quell the communication storm?
Ali Greene and Tamera Sanderson are the founders of Remote Works, an organizational design and consulting firm with a mission to liberate teams from the nine-to-five and teach them how to do their best work anytime, anywhere. They’ve spent a combined two decades in distributed workplaces: Greene as the former director of people operations at DuckDuckGo and Sanderson as the director of strategic partnerships and corporate development at Automattic. Throughout their joint career history, they’ve worked in varied environments, including big tech (Google), startups (Oyster, LivingSocial), creative agencies (IDEO, Undertone), and management consulting and private equity (Oliver Wyman, Audax Group). Their new book, Remote Works: Managing for Freedom, Flexibility, and Focus (Berrett-Koehler Publishers; February 7, 2023), is the ultimate playbook for managing remote teams.
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