Virtual Distance Hits Mainstream Business Culture

Yesterday I noticed that the term "virtual distance" popped up at Forbes.com.   

The article can be found at: 

http://www.forbes.com/sites/martinzwilling/2011/10/30/a-virtual-tea...

When I went to the article, I noticed that indeed, the writer had used the term as I have defined it.  The article was about outsourcing and the need to look at that relationships as an extension of the virtual team concept - which as many of you know - is something we have been talking about for many years. 

It is truly thrilling to know that Virtual Distance is being recognized in the broader business culture.  And this is just the beginning. 

Thanks to all! 

Warm Regards,
Karen

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