It may seem like a group of qualified employees who are well suited to working from home are all you need to form a fantastic culture. A fixed office isn’t necessary to create an environment in which personal strengths become everybody’s assets. Yet, virtual proximity alone is not enough to develop group identity, which is the basis of company culture. How people who share an identity interact is what’s important, and this dynamic can spell the difference between a live culture and a dead one.
Does your organization’s social structure have a pulse? Here are five ways to inject life into your remote band of workers.