There's no replacing the personal connections we had working in an office, but there are ways to make working from home a little better. The single most important thing is to somehow create a space—or at least a space within a space. Here are some tips.
Preparing for an online meeting requires a lot more than sending an invite and putting on a clean shirt. Here are a few tips to help you, your team, and your clients become experts at virtual collaboration.
Many times I’ve witnessed how having a drawing posted up in a room enhances group dialogue by serving as a shorthand for a concept or a point of view.
Miro is Tremendousness’ go-to platform for virtual workshops, and we’ve learned a few things you can do within it to make collaboration across distributed teams work even better.
We’re very proud of our recent explainer video collaboration with MachineMetrics. Getting to know the product and helping to tell the story of their IoT platform was a fantastic challenge.
Considering the constant WFH meetings, check-ins, and brainstorms we're all dealing with, a virtual background can be a smile-maker, a conversation starter, a creativity booster...
Facilitated, real-time virtual collaboration gives structure and direction to important remote meetings. Guided exercises help teams discover and align. Live sketching brings your ideas to life.
Leaders should consider adding live sketching to their team's next virtual meeting, brainstorming session, or leadership summit.
We are now virtual workers, doing everything through a screen and on a wire. Here are five things that can help make your virtual collaboration virtually perfect.