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- 01:02 — What is “Head of Remote” actually?
- 02:00 — Why remote work came naturally to Andreas
- 04:37 — How investors’ perceptions about remote work have changed over the years
- 06:24 — Why building an engineering team inside Silicon Valley is now questionable
- 11:08 — Is there such a thing as a “network effect” in remote work?
- 15:45 — Why Andreas wrote Managing Remote Teams - A Crash Course
- 19:48 — Systemizing “trust” inside a remote team
- 23:35 — Why onboarding is crucial for new hires
- 28:37 — Why you need to “refactor” your organization every few months
- 35:04 — The misperception of the “digital nomad” trend
- 40:30 — Is “remote readiness” is a thing?
- 43:40 — How to start transitioning into a remote team
- 47:12 — Andreas’ general advice to those who want to start/scale remote companies, especially regarding hiring
- 50:30 — Why pair programming is an underrated way to assess your remote candidates
- Product Hunt
- Ryan Hoover
- Running Remote
- Andreas Klinger’s talk at Running Remote
- Andrew Chen
- Mullet model
- Managing Remote Teams - A Crash Course by Andreas Klinger
- Creating a Fun and Playful Culture in Remote Teams with Krister Haav
- Toggl Startup Simulator
- “Your company should be your best product”
- Pieter Levels
- Pieter Levels tweet about ‘digital nomads’
- Nick Francis
- Help Scout
- Andreas Klinger's Twitter