Follow the path from new tool to idea to finished product as we solve the problem of how to remember what plat is what in the garden.
Personal and cultural expectations have a lot to do with how teams use chat tools, and those expectations tend to cause them to be used synchronously
While we love the boost of endorphins we get from being validated with immediate feedback from real-time communication, we're not fans of the feeling we get at the end of the day, when we realize we did more conversation juggling and bantering, than building and shipping.
Here's how being deliberate with building Discussions helped reduce interruptions and improve inclusivity in Cardinal.
"How can I reduce back channels?" was one of my core motivations when I started thinking about building Cardinal.
When we talk about how to be successful in the workplace, it doesn't matter if your team is remote or not.
We hear about remote work constantly. We've been building great remote teams for a while and wanted to share some positives and negatives for working remotely.