The current situation leads us to look into new forms of collaboration. How does teamwork work when the team members aren’t all in one place? What can support smooth collaboration, and what are the most important factors?
As someone who works from home in general, I have gained a wide range of insight into this over the last few years. However, it’s something completely different when suddenly an entire company is forced into remote work overnight. I previously shared a general overview of the measures we took in the first post I wrote on the subject. Now I’d like to expand upon that.
On the 23rd of April, Alisa Tietz & Max Boos presented their home office survival guide over No Cabin Fever Today. Alisa spoke on how to get the best out of your Confluence with our Linchpin Intranet. Learn about the most useful features to personalize your company’s intranet so that you get the tailored experience that you will love to use! Max shows you how to use Google G Suite to organize and collaborate in your teams in a remote setting. Make appointments, hold video conferences, and share documents easily and quickly.
With the outbreak of the Coronavirus crisis, teams were suddenly forced to start working from home. This resulted in all their usual team structures to be turned upside down. Lots of teams experienced how their teamwork and personal work organization changed entirely within just a few short days.
In these times shaped by the COVID-19 virus, more and more SAFe® practitioners are asking about how to conduct a PI planning event remotely. There are so many different tools we can use to communicate with each other. However, many companies still aren’t quite sure how to make it work most effectively.
The novel coronavirus COVID-19 has had us on tenterhooks since 2020 began. Home office is no longer something that’s “nice to have” but a necessity to support the containment of this pandemic. Here we look at some of the approaches we are currently using at //SEIBERT/MEDIA to make the most of the exceptional circumstances we find ourselves in!
Several of our teams are always looking for ways to improve remote integration – getting colleagues who work remotely more involved and removing any obstacles in their way. The most important use case here is the participation in meetings and calls, and, of course, integration is not just a question of software but hardware, too. Here we present the latest addition to our hardware – the Meeting Owl!
Countless businesses today employ remote workers as standard practice. They’re flexible and easy to source, and the financial savings on office space and other overheads are considerable. But with team members working remotely from anywhere around the world, team cohesion is often impacted as a result. Employers should take care to integrate remote workers and create a team culture that works for the business as a whole. With that in mind, read on for a few tips on how to help your remote workers become a cohesive team.
If you have a G Suite Business, Enterprise or Drive Enterprise account, you can select a data storage location in either the United States or Europe. It’s now easier than ever to remain compliant with the GDPR, plus it comes with a host of additional benefits for companies that have distributed teams.
//SEIBERT/MEDIA has been able to gain a wealth of experience in remote collaboration over the years. At Tools4AgileTeams 2019, the team will share these experiences and their knowledge on agile teamwork. The first round of tickets is already on sale.
In the previous two posts, I’ve covered the question of why remote work may be a good thing for your company, and who is suited to remote work. Now I want to look at what you need to do to make the introduction of a remote work environment a success.