How often have you reached out to the head of a team with a question, only to have them redirect you to someone else? This kind of thing is extremely common, and over the course of weeks and months adds up to a lot of wasted time. Thankfully, there’s a simple solution: Areas of Responsibility (AoRs).
If you can accept that the future of work will be partially remote, then you can prepare your business for the new challenges it will face. Among those challenges is the frustration caused by hybrid meetings.
If you want everyone on the team to know, understand, and be inspired by your business objectives, you might want to consider using OKRs.
SDLC can be an extremely useful tool for development leaders who need to organize and optimize their teams at a high-level. This post covers what SDLC is, its phases, possible methodologies, and tips for implementing it.
Megan Baptista, of My TC Concierge, relies on Unito’s advanced two-way sync and Zapier automations. Learn how these two tools save her and her team time while keeping them aligned on day-to-day priorities.
Darren Murph knows a lot about remote work. As the Head of Remote at GitLab, he’s responsible for helping employees acclimate to the company’s all-remote culture. We thought we’d tap into Murph’s expertise to answer some of the most common questions about remote company culture.
Indigenous Pact is a B Corporation with a mission to create health equity for American Indians and Alaska Natives. This crucial work requires the collaboration of policy experts and tribal relations leaders — two groups using very different tools to manage their work.