In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to make sure your existing tools are prepared for remote work
- What new tools you might need to fill out your remote stack
- General tool tips for managing the transition to work from home
In the last few days, hundreds of thousands of people have suddenly become remote workers. That’s an incredible adjustment for a lot of businesses to make. While there’s no shortage of content on how to effectively work from home, very little of it is focused on your company’s tools.
Becoming a remote business requires you to look at your existing tool stack and consider how existing usage is going to change when everyone works from home. What processes need to be put in place? Do you need additional support or features? Does the tool even make sense anymore?
It also demands that you consider the gaps in your tool stack you’ll need to fill. Did you have a video call tool to enable remote meetings? How are you going to track project progress now that you can’t just pop over to people’s desks? What tools are out there that can replace a whiteboard session?
Are you more of a reader than a watcher? Check out our blog post on remote work tools.