This is your asynchronous workspace during the Remote Collaboration Workshop.
You are welcome to try out other programs and methods but this thread is provided as a basis for everyone.
What we are working on here: Your Best Practise Guidelines
Why you should train to create your own Best Practise Guidelines:
- Intuitive behaviour and more or less subconscious signals as well as “as you go” onboarding do not work as well in remote collaboration. This makes it necessary to write down your best practice guidelines.
- Everyone becomes in a sense their own manager in remote collaboration, which is why a higher degree of ownership for your chosen methods and processes.
- There is no perfect technological solution for your challenges. There are however always new developments. You have to re-evaluate and update your methods and tools regularly.
What you should do:
Discuss the following questions in the break-out rooms:
(start your post with listing who is in your group)
- Do you remember a good example of remote collaboration you had in the past?
- Propose 1-3 guidelines for regular check-in culture
- Propose 1-3 guidelines for online calls
- Propose 1-3 platforms you would like to use for different types of asynchronous collaboration (pros and cons if possible)
- Propose a creative remote social interaction
Best Practise Draft:
(This document should, in the end, be between 1 and 2 A4 pages)
Will be generated from the proposals bellow