Our team holds a weekly WIP (work-in-progress) meeting every Monday morning to ensure everyone has a macro view of what’s happening with client projects, as well as micro views on near term deliverables, and their roles within each. This ensures everyone is aligned on priorities and questions can get answered well in advance of them becoming hindrances to the project’s cadence.
There are hundreds of digital tools to help teams work remotely, some are great, others aren’t. These are the ones that we use while in office as well as when working remotely – and they have become the backbone for us staying on track!
Setting schedule that is as close to normal work hours and routines is key for being a successful remote worker. A few ways to organize your days and reframe your approach to working from home:
Staying healthy and sane while working from home requires discipline, routine and a conscious effort to make it a priority. Below are few ways that our team does this:
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