Working in a Global Setting- I

Have you worked with a globally placed team ?

If you are getting into it, there are certain things you might want to consider:
  • Time zone difference is the most important thing to consider
  • Culture needs to be treated as a bonding factor
  • Accents and language barriers can be solved
  • Work ethics should be synched
  • Communication will keep the team together
  • Work will happen on how you manage all of the above
So, why hear it from me? Having worked closely with two cultures- Indian (by birth) and American (Masters degree and later work) I have survived and made some lifelong friends on the way from both the worlds through my work. Being globally placed is awesome.

Part II of this post coming soon.

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