How can you make sure that the virtual team members

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How can you make sure that the virtual team members don’t feel left out of the celebration?
Decisio n Point: Benef ts of a Virtual Team Points 5 out of 5 Before committing to the idea of creating a virtual team, you will need to be able to convin CEO that this would be a desirable way for Curtis to operate. Which of the following would be the most likely benefits of switching to a virtual team?            
5 out of 5 points earned:
These were the best choices. LO 10.4 Discuss contemporary issues in managing teams. pp. 317-318 Read more it in the e Decision Point: Cost Savings Points 5 out of 5 You talk to the CEO, who says: “I’m not sure about virtual teams. I like having the whole team under one roof. You said th could be a cost savings, but I need more information. How would a virtual team save the company money?” Curtis employees drive long distances to get to work, and if we switch to virtual teams then they will be able t less on gasoline. Curtis has a lot of temporary workers, and if we switch to virtual teams then they won't have to be paid benef Switching to virtual teams will allow Curtis to spend less on renting office space, since team member work from their homes or in other regions where the rent is cheaper. 5 out of 5 points earned: You selected that switching to virtual teams will allow Curtis to spend less on renting offi space, since team members can work from their homes or in other regions where the re cheaper. This was the best choice. Team members who work offsite would not need to office space provided by the company. Decision Point: Flexibility Points 5 out of 5 The CEO says:
“You say that switching to virtual teams would benefit the company by giving the individua members more flexibility. Can you explain this?” Team members can have more flexibility in balancing their professional and personal schedules. Team members can avoid direct supervision from the team leader. Team members’ roles can be less rigidly defined. 5 out of 5 points earned: You selected that team members can have more flexibility in balancing their professiona personal schedules. This was the best choice. This showed solid logic and rationale! A team structure frees team members from a rigid schedule and allows them to set their work schedules. Decision Point: Drawbacks of Virtual Teams Points 3 out of 5 The CEO says: “Before I let you go ahead with this virtual team idea, I need to be sure that you’ve conside the risks as well as the benefits. I see many potential problems with virtual teams. Tell me ones you think are serious enough to investigate.” Which of the following would be the most likely drawbacks of switching to a virtual team?

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