It takes one to know one.

Led by CEO Cynthia Spraggs, Virtira is itself a completely virtual company that helps virtual teams work. Virtira’s consultants and team members are located in every corner of Canada. And while many of them work from very remote, rural areas, they are connecting and leading teams across the globe. These virtual team experts are living the Virtira story.





Cynthia’s first virtual assignment was as a kid in the 60’s, working as a keypunch operator hooked up remotely to the legendary CDC 6600 from her brother’s home office in Palo Alto, where he was finishing his Stanford PhD. Those early telecommuting work experiences stayed with her, so much so that when she completed her Master’s degree in telecommuting in 1993, she vowed never to work in an office. And she never did.

Cynthia knows how being in remote locations can affect virtual workers, understands the isolation of being a virtual manager in a corporate setting, and has used these insights to lead distributed teams and projects for over 25 years.

She leads her own team at Virtira the same way, with the same principles that have guided her for decades.



CDC machine

“Virtira offered me the opportunity to transform how you can live anywhere and be a successful manager at the same time.”

The Challenge of Remote Work

A seasoned business consultant with deep expertise in telecommunications, technology, and basic human nature, Cynthia knew that her clients were missing something.





Insight

What Cynthia saw was all the typical PM and productivity methods and tools only go so far in making virtual projects a success.



Insight

What Cynthia saw was all the typical PM and productivity methods and tools only go so far in making virtual projects a success.









= A Solution

With 25 years of experience leading complex projects with countless virtual teams around the world, Cynthia found behaviors, habits, and communication patterns that hold teams back from achieving peak performance.


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The Result

The result? Virtual teams that meet project goals on time, on budget: sanity intact, smiles all around.

 

Now that’s a good story.

The Result

The result? Virtual teams that meet project goals on time, on budget: sanity intact, smiles all around.

 

Now that’s a good story.