Difficulties in maintaining productivity and engaging teams in home office
Keywords:productivity, engagement, home office, remote management
AbstractTechnological advances have allowed for new work concepts, modifying the way communication takes place, through tools, platforms and devices, enabling models such as home office. The difficulties of maintaining productivity and engaging teams in a home office regime is a relevant reality for many organizations today. In this scenario, this research aims to identify the challenges of maintaining productivity and engaging teams in a home office regime. To achieve the proposed objective, an exploratory, descriptive, and quantitative research was carried out, with 37 process managers. With this research, it was concluded that the evolution of home office management is intense, but aspects such as managing the journey, adapting the environment, training the team through the online mode, methods of maintaining commitment, generating networking alternatives and exchange of experiences, can be improved by organizations over time.
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