Remote motivation of virtual teams: exploratory study


  • Soumaya AHAROUAY Doctor and Professor in Economics and Management AbdelmalekEssaidi University


mobility, motivation, performance, management


In a context of virtuality, it would suffice for remote management to have employees who are motivated, autonomous, have little need for contact with their hierarchy, and who need a minimum of recognition and advice from the hierarchy.In general, local motivational factors such as recognition, commitment, autonomy, leadership seem to positively affect the satisfaction and performance of virtual team members (Pink, 2011; Ingason et al., 2010). In this research work, we will address the various actions that will allow the manager of a virtual team to achieve the motivation and mobilization of his collaborators.


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AHAROUAY, S. (2021). Remote motivation of virtual teams: exploratory study. Technium: Romanian Journal of Applied Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 74–83. Retrieved from