Point B created a virtual office. Here's how:
1.Be selective. Not all employees can handle freedom. Point B relies heavily on referrals and hires candidates who have excellent credentials and a zest for life.
2.Make it fun. To foster camaraderie and boost morale, Point B foots the bill any time co-workers get together to catch a Seattle Mariners game, say, or attend a concert.
3.Share information. Point B's online database allows employees to browse for new client projects and update their profiles to reflect their changing interests and goals.
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DARREN DAHL is a contributing editor at Inc. Magazine, which he has written for since 2004. He also works as a collaborative writer and editor and has partnered with several high-profile authors. Dahl lives in Asheville, NC.