One on ones can bring a huge amount of value to an employee, a manager, and an entire organization. They’re an opportunity to set your employees up for success, increase their happiness, and improve the overall performance of your team.
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.
A development backlog isn’t useful when it’s messy. But how can you keep that from happening? Optimize your workflow with Unito. Here’s how it’s done.
There’s one key factor that will determine the overall success of any project: assigning clear roles and responsibilities. A RACI chart is a simple and effective way to do just that.
If you want everyone on the team to know, understand, and be inspired by your business objectives, you might want to consider using OKRs.
The more teams you need, the more complicated a project can get. Here’s how Unito can optimize cross-functional project worfklows.
Google Chrome’s inspect element feature feels like a superpower once you get a handle on it. Find out how to use it and what you can do with it.
We’ve all attended those meetings where you leave feeling more confused than when you arrived. Maybe you don’t completely understand what decisions were made, or perhaps you’re unsure of what the next steps are. And when it comes time for a follow-up, nobody seems to be on the same page. Meeting minutes are an easy solution to these challenges.
To help you make sure you’re running efficient, purposeful meetings, we’ve put together a how-to guide for creating effective meeting agendas. We’ve also included some easy-to-use templates that will have all attendees enthusiastically clicking that ‘Attending’ button.
Keeping teams aligned is its own full-time job. Find out how team leads and executives can use Unito to optimize team coordination workflows.
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.