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This book shares the insights of seven industry experts with regard to managing people remotely. In the first chapter, Darel Cullen™s article,How to Motivate Your Team, applies Maslow™s pyramid of needs to offshore teams.
In the second chapter, How to Create a Self-Supporting Team,NicoKrijnen shares his experiences with building a remote team from scratch in the Ukraine. 
In chapter three, Hugo Messer take you through the differences between managing a local team versus a remote team. Oscar Halfhide explains how relationships are the cornerstone of outsourced work. 
In his chapter, Making Distributed Teams Work: Trust, Imitation, and Control,Thomas Tøth shows us how important it is to build emotional connections in real life between the team members. Anneke Keller™s chapter, Outsourcing and Different Generations, looks at people from a different perspective to demonstrate how generational differences influence offshore collaboration.
In the last chapter, Getting Into India, MartijnLeliveld shares his experiences with building a team in India from the ground up.