Come December and VenturePact Co-Founder Randy Rayess will be conducting a workshop at General Assembly.
This three-hour workshop will focus on various aspects of outsourcing and remote team management. The event, which is a must-attend for tech leaders working with remote teams, will see in attendance a variety of engineers, CTOs, and entrepreneurs looking to optimize their remote teams and their outsourced software engagements.
At the workshop Randy will touch upon key points like finding and retaining a good developer, specifying development requirements clearly and managing the software development process effectively. He will also share his personal experiences of managing a remote team.
Considering the growth in remote work, we are sure this workshop will receive an overwhelming response from entrepreneurs and remote workers alike.
Sounding all excited about the workshop, Randy said, “Finding the right team of developers means mitigating one of the two key risks associated with your project. The other key risk is remote management. I look forward to talking about this in more detail at the workshop.”
The workshop will take place on Thursday, December 4, 2014. If you are interested in attending, please check the registration and venue details here.
Whether you are an entrepreneur planning to outsource, a business building its own software team or simply a remote worker, this workshop will help answer some of your key questions.