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Federal agencies are facing increasing pressures to implement virtual work environments. However, federal leaders are not given a clear vision of how to structure their virtual teams for success. Referencing best practices from the popular hobby of Fantasy Football, Booz Allen has developed digital strategies to help federal managers design, staff, and operate top-notch virtual teams.
Leveraging our experience in technology strategy and performance analytics, this thought piece provides a guide on how to realize cost savings, improve operational efficiency, enhance workforce productivity, and increase employee job satisfaction.
“Too often, fantasy football draft success is hampered by adherence to best practice clichés, such as drafting running backs in early rounds or focusing on thirdyear wide receivers. Virtual team leaders should also avoid this mistake”