I’m deeply interested in how people work, both together and apart and as I explore and learn about remote work, agile, project management, and diversity, I process what I learn by writing it down…
In a team meeting, a member recently asked whether anyone uses Kanban to track personal to dos.
This prompted me to write up a post because even outside of work I’ve been promising a few people that I’d document how I use the bullet journaling technique to keep track of my To Do list. I’d love to use it as a starting point for people to share how they manage task tracking so I can make my process even better! Please add your killer process in the comments!
In our two previous discussions we have talked about the challenges of cross cultural remote work and followed that with the need for closing the gap between diverse distributed teams. In this concluding chapter we talk about what steps we need to take to meet those challenges.
Cross Cultural Working in a Distributed Workplace
An exploration into some of the ways we can reduce the distance between cross cultural remote and distribute teams. Part 2 of 3.