Remote UX/UI: Your Guide to Remote Work in a Product Team
Remote working can be challenging too, and you’ll need a few skills to make it work. This article will cover everything from personality skills and traits, to communication tactics and ways to connect with your teammates remotely.
Remote Engineering: your guide to working remotely in a Dev team
If you’re working in a remote dev or engineering team, here’s everything you need to know from self-serving personality traits, to collaboration tools, to avoiding burnout!
Self management – When All You Need is You!
Find out how to always present the best version of yourself at work with our article on self-management!
Online Zoom Meetings: Get Started in 1-2-3 Seconds!
Want to quickly jump on a Zoom but don’t want to download the Zoom app onto your phone, laptop, or tablet? We got you covered!
Remote Working: Your Complete Guide on Working Remotely in a Team
It’s important that remote workers understand how they should communicate and collaborate with their team members, as well as what tools they need to use for working successfully across the distance. Luckily, we got you covered!
10+ Product Management Prioritization Frameworks
This article provides a list of prioritization frameworks categorized by the different types of prioritization criteria: business value, ROI, effort/costs, market risk, competition risk, functional benefit/feature importance, timing/business window.
Autonomy in Leadership – Why Independence is Your Best Friend!
Autonomous leadership is not just an individualistic approach to management, but more of a self-management strategy. Find out everything you need to know to get yourself up to speed with autonomous leadership!
Microsoft Teams Games to Play With the Team
Your team needs some fun! Download a list of 10 different games you can play with your team on Microsoft Teams. These are guaranteed to help build relationships, increase communication and give everyone something fun to do together.
Async Meetings: Being present without being present!
This is a blog post on what asynchronous meetings are and how to do them well. You’ll also find out when they’re useful, why you would want to use one, and tips for making them successful.