A business is only great as the team that runs it. From the upper management to the recent intern, everybody has to contribute to the growth and success of the business. At present, we have in-house, remote, and dedicated team models. Each team model has its own upside and downside. While one seems ideal and perfect for one type of project you might have to resort to another team model.
Now, here is the question worth pondering. Is there a single team model that can serve a business? Turns out, no. Each team model offers a diverse set of pros and gains. The onus is upon you to do a thorough analysis and figure out the right choice.
To make that choice easier to make, here is an infographic. It lays down each team model side by side and compares its pros, cons, and cost benefits.