Greetings! Sarah from the Team Playbook team here... As a team, we've been talking a lot lately about how to make meetings more inclusive, and in so doing, get more value out of them. Introverts, re...
Tell us your experience using Team Health Monitors and the Team Playbook?
I've been reading through the Project Kick-off Meeting Play. I really like most of the things in there, but I feel like a step is missing, at least for our organization. At my company, th...
I want my team to run a health monitor from the team playbook but am unsure how to introduce it to my team as something they'll want to participate in.
Sometimes, people feel so busy that they believe it's easier to muscle through a project. In the long run, that may not actually save time or yield the best results. How can you gain favor internally...
Similarly to my other question, I am wondering how to get started and hoping the Community can help with some tips.
I think the Playbook makes sense and there's a lot of good direction, but the challenging part of that sentiment is the fact that "there is a lot." Where do I start? And how?
I see you’ve grouped things by pain point and that’s helpful but am curious if there’s a set of go-to plays for all team types?
It appears the products aren't necessary for using the Playbook but I'm curious how compatible they are.
Should we do it for everyone on the team?
For example, what if you have an even number of people and 2 vote green and 2 vote yellow. What color do you record?
I want to change things up but could use ideas as to how.
Most companies that have been around for a while are poorly adapted for the knowledge economy, and even less so for today's "creative economy", where your ability to add value is limited only by your...
What does it really mean? How long a play takes? Or how hard you have to think/work?
Details: I like the idea of the health monitor but am unsure how often to do it. Weekly? Monthly? Annually?
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