The Phases of Remote Adaptation

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As teams grapple with transitioning from a colocated environment to a remote one, it’s common to see differing levels of adaptability. For some, the transition is fairly smooth, as a remote-first infrastructure was already established. For others, the shift is thoroughly disruptive.

The amount of disruption is generally tied to two maturity factors: culture and tools.

To better understand this, we’re using this page to detail the phases of remote adaptation.

Phase 1: Skeuomorph Phase 2: Functional Phase 3: Asynchronous Phase 4: Intentionality

It’s important to

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