Getting stuck isn’t a bad thing. Actually, getting stuck on my first day on my first project may have been the most valuable thing to have happened. It was in that moment that I learned all I needed to know about transparent communication at Revelry.
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A flexible work environment means that the team may be working or resting at many different hours. Believing that your teammates have achieved that essential personal balance is the first step in knowing that you’ll be operating from a place of trust.
You don’t have to allow interruptions. Take that pressure off yourself.
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.
We have daily standups. We tried adding a thing called a daily 4:20. But in the end, we decided to improve our ticket comment writing game. And Aline led the charge on the how and the why.
By using the #watercooler channel in Slack, we’re able to get to know our coworkers and expose our personalities. This is how we create great office culture.
At its core, pairing is another useful strategy to work with your peers and get shit done. The best way to know what works for you is to take more opportunities to pair with others, think about what works and what doesn’t work, and continue to refine this skill set.
As a solutions company, Revelry brings a lot to the table through experience and expertise. These characteristics foster a no-fear approach to completing the…
At Revelry, we have a pretty solid internal Slack communication structure. Here’s how we collaborate with multiple innovation partners on Slack.
Instead of living in fear that you’re the one asking bad questions, consider that your questions will probably lead your team to deliver better outcomes.