Retrospectives are critical for driving continuous improvement within your team and its processes, but they can be challenging, especially when remote. In this article from the team at Miro, learn how you can overcome common challenges with team engagement, groupthink, and post-retro follow-up.
Many people that are finding themselves working remotely are discovering the benefits and wondering why it took a global pandemic to make it a reality for them. In this article from Cal Newport he unpacks some of the long-running challenges with remote work and why overcoming them will improve work for everyone, whether remote or in-person.
"Before the pandemic, we were already suffering through a productivity crisis, in which we seemed to be working longer hours, glued to screens and drowning in e-mails. The solutions that make remote work sustainable—more structure and clarity, less haphazardness—may also help fix these other long-standing problems in knowledge work. Work that is remote-friendly for some may be better work for all."