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"Async collaboration" may be the way of the future...but it's still a new concept.
This powerful form of teamwork helps move projects forward, regardless of your team's time zones or geographic locations. It allows you to get work done more efficiently, reducing face-to-face meeting time and freeing up schedules.
Successful async collaboration, however, requires thought, planning, and effort. And with any new concept, there's a lot we can learn from each other. That's the purpose of this post.
Please comment below to share and discuss your "async" tactics or tools you plan to try with your team this year.
Here's the prompt: Name two "async" tactics of tools you plan to try with your team this year. Explain why and how.
If you're enrolled in the Atlassian University course on Async Collaboration for Distributed Teams...once you've shared your comment below, return to your Atlassian University browser tab to complete the course.
If you're not enrolled in the full course, but would like to be, we'll add an enroll link here soon when the course launches on January 17th, 2023.
Thanks all! Looking forward to reading your thoughts and ideas.
Note: this article is a prompt within an Atlassian University course, Async Collaboration for Distributed Teams (link coming soon). In this activity, learners have the opportunity to provide their advice and suggestions on Community. Even if you haven’t taken the course, you’re still welcome to respond to this post and give your advice.