Type: article
Parent page: Cooperating on the Internet
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To work online, you have to overcome profit-sharing conflicts, language barriers, and cultural customs barriers. What should we be aware of for that?

In this article, we’ll show you what it takes to be able to collaborate online.

Common goal

If there is no common goal / purpose, the motivation to cooperate will change, and the productivity of actual work will also change significantly.

Fair distribution

It is difficult to build a cooperative relationship if you do not get the evaluation and rewards that match each person’s work.

There is no point in cooperating with multiple people if they are pulling each other’s legs or competing for credit.

Summary

Cooperating through the internet requires a minimum of common goals and an evaluation reward system.