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Agile Meetings

The 4 Agile Meeting Types Marketing Teams Need

Agile is becoming more and more popular with marketers every year. But understanding how agile meeting types designed for software development can be ...


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Meetings

Scrum Masters: Make These 11 Changes for More Productive Meetings

Remote meetings can easily wind up being unproductive. It might be hard to get the team talking or set a positive mood for your meeting. You might str...


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Meetings

How to Design Inclusive Meetings for Introverts

Introverts are estimated to make up somewhere between 25-50% of the population. And while it’s always tempting to think in binaries, introversion and ...


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Remote Work Meetings

Facilitation Techniques for Better Remote Meetings

Meetings are a valuable time for teams to brainstorm, solve problems, and connect as humans. But if they aren’t facilitated properly they can also be ...


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Remote Work Meetings

How to Structure Meetings to Solve the Struggles of Remote Work

This year, tens of millions of workers around the world did something for the first time. They completed an entire week of work, all from their own ho...


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Meetings

Meetings are great: the benefits of intentional synchronous time

It was a crisp fall morning, and I was filled with nerves and enthusiasm about the impending challenge: my first day at a new company. Unfortunately, ...


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Meetings

How to Ask and Answer Great Icebreaker Questions

Whether it’s two truths and a lie, or being asked to state “an interesting fact about yourself”, there are some icebreakers that make your team die in...


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Meetings

Running Successful Incident Postmortems

“Failure should be our teacher, not our undertaker. Failure is delay, not defeat. It is a temporary detour, not a dead end. Failure is something we ca...


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