GoodMorning Meeting: the daily team meeting
Synchronize your actions every morning in 15 minutes.
Since 2020, remote work has increasingly been adopted by companies all over the world. However, many concerns still remain about maintaining social ties and efficient collaboration between teams, while working remotely.
We believe that with the right tools and methodology, remote work can be easy, efficient, and adapted to everyone's pace. It’s time to run productive team sync-ups, find a work schedule that suits your needs, ignite powerful team interactions and work with more autonomy!
This is certainly a major risk that needs to be tackled. Especially over the long term, working from home - or anywhere else apart from your team - can hinder communication, lead to misunderstandings, reduce team members’ sense of having common goals, and ultimately make their work feel less meaningful.
So, how can you foster the same group spirit as when teams are all in the same office?
The boundary between home life and professional life can sometimes become blurred for remote workers. It’s not always simple to find the right balance and the daily rhythm you need to be efficient. And in addition to this, you also need to stay close with your team without being physically in the same place.
In such a context, it can feel reassuring to stay in touch while spending more time than needed in sync-ups and online meetings. So, how can your team remain efficient and not make these meetings too time-consuming?
I like having an open mind-mapping platform that's constantly in place, so that people can submit their ideas outside of meetings.
Klaxoon is really important to have, so that you are able to facilitate that collaboration and relationship-building across distances.
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Team synchronization is the key to the success of any collective masterpiece. In cinema, a film is born of the synchronization of image and sound. In music, a harmony is created when the musicians of a group are synchronized. In dance or swimming, the synchronization of movements creates a group performance. Synchronization allows a group to have a shared direction and to make decisions efficiently by promoting collective intelligence, even remotely.