Key Tips from our Production Managers for Managing Remote Teams

by Agnieszka Moleda, on February 8, 2018


When you have teams based around the world working on a variety of different projects, you learn lots about how to manage remotely so that everyone feels trusted and as though they have the support they need to get the results. To find out the best way to do so, we asked some of our managers in the W4U team to share with us some of their favorite tips for managing remote teams. 

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7 Strategies for Beating Writer’s Block

by Francesca Ling, on January 16, 2018

 

Sitting, staring at a screen, and struggling to turn your inspiration into results? We've all been there. To help you get past it, here are 7 strategies to help you overcome writer's block.

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Top 7 Blog Posts of 2017

by Agnieszka Moleda, on January 5, 2018

We had tons of great content in 2017 that we enjoyed writing and sharing with you, but there were 7 posts in particular that got most of your attention. In this post, you’ll find your favorites of 2017, plus a quick summary of what you can expect to learn from them.

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Wrapping up the Year: 8 Takeaways from 2017

by Agnieszka Moleda, on December 28, 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, like many others we’re taking a few moments to reflect on some of our incredible experiences over the last year – which wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our clients, talents of our core team, and artists. Today, we’re taking a look at some of the most important learnings we’ve picked up in hope that they will inspire others in the year to come.

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Trend Alert: The Age of Remote Work

by Elif Hiz, on March 17, 2017

Topics: Productivity

Let’s admit it. Until very recently, the job-for-life recipe was a ‘one size fits all’ deal. Go to a good university, graduate, find a solid and stable job and preferably, excel and retire. This formula was seen as the acceptable and sensible thing to do. It made families proud and created a safe and stable environment in society. This ‘success curve’ came attached with attractive luxuries: possibly a house, a car, a few overseas vacations each year and of course, some beautiful handbags. Was there a problem with this? No, not really. However, the new generation - also referred to as millennials - is rapidly retreating from this idealized comfort zone. The new priorities and lifestyles are established with a different mindset and a strong emphasis on personal freedom, facilitated by remote work.

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Top lessons I learned while remote working

by Bernice V. Soriano, on March 9, 2017

Topics: Productivity

 

I’ve been “working from home,” as Filipinos would say, or doing remote work, for several years now, and I have seen the pros and cons. But this post isn’t about the benefits or issues of working virtually — it’s about what I’ve learned so far while working for Wings4U as a Production Manager. Here are my top lessons.


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How to create a unique culture in a remote company?

by Maria Sztarovics, on January 21, 2017

Topics: Productivity

 

Wings4U was founded in 2008 and it has been ever since a 100% remote company. We are kind of a new breed of agency — where we have people all around the world who are working remotely without having offices. I like to think of us as a company born in the “cloud.” At the beginning we had to face many challenges to prove the concept, but luckily working remotely is now becoming a norm, and with the millennials coming into the picture, remote work will be a more and more attractive way of working.

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15 Mottos on #VirtualCulture to Live by in 2017

by Agnieszka Moleda, on January 12, 2017

Topics: Productivity


We believe in a simple formula: Speed of internet = the speed at which we remove the traditional understanding of work. Technology enables us to socialize with people around the world in seconds, so why shouldn’t we connect to build teams, connect with talented professionals around the world and collaborate to create amazing work? Remote work is on the rise, and it’s rising for good reason: people are demanding it because it improves their lives. The big question is, can you still create a company culture if your team is all over the globe?

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