The big transition with work from remote is going from “synchronous” to “asynchronous” collaboration.
You don’t have to be at the “same place” to work together.
In fact, you also don’t have to work at the “same time” to work together.
This means the tools that have helped us to collaborate in real-time, are no longer sufficient.
Either existing tools need to evolve to help us collaborate more efficiently asynchronously or we need new tools and workflows.
It’s definitely not easy and not meant for everyone too.
It will take some time and practice to get the hang of working asynchronously.
But once you get hang of it, you’ll realize that it’s the work that matters – and not the face-time clock hours.