It’s nice to have an actual office or physical location to call your nonprofit’s home, but the benefits of running a virtual team can sometimes outweigh the benefits of a non-virtual one. Running a virtual team would cut down on the expenses that would arise if your nonprofit inhabited an office. It can also allow you to acquire talent across the country without having staffers relocate. This opens your nonprofit up to a world of opportunity. Before all of that though, you have to decide how you will manage your team and which tools will work for you.
Learn more about what tools could help you manage your nonprofit virtual team by following the link below.
4 Tools for Managing Virtual Teams [Morrison/Sprout Insights]