The pandemic catapulted the world's workforce into turbulent waters. Virtually overnight, enterprises made a digital transformation to a remote, hybrid, or distributed workforce model. This remote work revolution has utterly transformed the way businesses operate in the 21st century.

Technically, a distributed workforce is more than just a team of remote workers. A distributed team has no geographical limitations for employees and often operates with no physical office.

Instead, it comprises workers who perform their job from different physical locations and time zones. It also includes a core philosophy of many team members working towards a common goal via unified collaboration.

As a manager, how you approach your distributed work model is critical to your company's overall growth and success. In this article, we'll explore the distributed work model and how you can use its core values to your benefit.

From flawed to flawless: 5 steps to leading distributed teams

The distributed workforce model