Keeping remote teams connected is challenging. In addition to an all-hands meeting, we build team culture through weekly department meetings for our technical teams:…
Dungeons & Dragons game nights. Kickball and games with your work friends. Yoga and guided meditation live over Zoom. Divine relaxation in a float…
Everyone is a leader at Revelry, and it’s because we let the process take the lead. Hang on though – we’re not cultists. When the process doesn’t fit, we allow ourselves and our team to change it up. We make the process work for us when necessary, not the other way around.
Maverick is a far more interesting read than the average business book. I heartily recommend it to anyone who wants to make their work place more energetic, effective, fair, and most of all, humane.
Aline wants you to go forth and be awesome, non-technical project managers: Acknowledge that learning new things is hard, be patient with yourself, and trust that the technical team will give you the same courtesy. Together, we make each other better. It’s the Revelry way.
At Revelry, we have a pretty solid internal Slack communication structure. Here’s how we collaborate with multiple innovation partners on Slack.
Coding Creativity 06: Executive Coaching & The Art of Becoming a Better Product Manager with Thomas Knoll
Thomas Knoll is an Executive Coach and has spent 20 years building online community. In this episode we discuss community architecture, lessons learned, and why pros are the most likely to have a coach.
We chat with Geoff Parker. professor of management science at Tulane University and the co-author of Platform Revolution.
One of our goals this year has been to systematize things in the Revelry process as much as possible.
That’s basically what someone told me on the phone last week. Jon answered the phone and the caller, a recruiter, asked to be connected…