Let’s face it: online meetings can be awkward, especially when you don’t know anyone in the video call. You might still be waking up with your first cup of coffee while someone else is bouncing with energy in a later time zone.
Your Input Needed: Remote Collaboration Survey 2016
Struggling with remote collaboration? You’re not alone. Our research shows many people find it challenging. That’s why MURAL is committed to better understanding remote collaboration through ongoing studies.
Check out these highlights from our 2015 survey:
- Nearly ⅔ of the people we polled worked on remote teams 80% or more of the time.
- The biggest frustrations are difficult communication, lost spontaneity, and a lack of interpersonal relationships.
- Almost half said the quality of their work decreased when working with remote teams.
We’re at it again, focusing on remote collaboration in enterprises this year.
If you work for a large company, we'd like your input. It'll only take 5-10 minutes.
We’ll publish the results on this blog after we get enough responses.
Thanks for your help!
Jim Kalbach is a noted author, speaker, and instructor in customer experience, experience design, digital transformation, and strategy.
July, 25 2016