An async-first approach to improve collaboration and boost productivity
Do you work on a distributed team? If so, you know that meetings can be a major time-sink. While meetings can be valuable, if we reach for them as a default way of working, we inadvertently create a fragmented team calendar. Such an interrupted schedule can be a major drain on productivity, especially for knowledge workers who need time to focus on deep work.
While Cablinc’s core business is to manufacture electrical supplies, a large part of their personnel engage in knowledge work. This is particularly true of the team’s Peter Change is spinning up, as part of his digital transformation initiatives.
In this session, Sumeet Gayathri Moghe will explain how adopting asynchronous collaboration techniques, where interacting in real-time isn’t the first option, will help improve the knowledge working experience for Peter’s teams. You’ll discover measures of interest and a way to scale this way of working to other parts of the business that engage in knowledge work.