Processes? Tools? It can be overwhelming. Get the basics done.
To process your team into a fully remote one is challenging. It requires empathy, discipline, and clear processes. We have collected the best resources to help you with an easy transition.
16 minutes read — Basecamp
Communication is essential. Learn it from the best - founders of Basecamp, and apply their 30 tips within your organization.
30 minutes read — Erin “Foletto” Casali
If there is one video that should cover all your questions of transition to a fully remote team. Watch this one from Gitlab.
48 minutes watch — GitLab
If there is one video that should cover all your questions of transition to full remote team. Watch this one from Gitlab.
The tools we recommend are easy to set-up because you don't need to install anything. All of them have a freemium model so you can start using them right away - for free.
Slack works in a browser, is easy to set-up and free. Once you reach 20k messages, you can't browser the history, but you can still use it as freely as you want.
G Suite enables you to share and collaborate real-time. You can start by using your personal profile.
Whereby is free for 4 participants on a call. The best thing is that people you invite they don't need to set-up anything. Just send the link. You can have one room for your organization, which is very useful.
With Trello's boards, lists, and cards you can easily organize and prioritize your projects, organization, life... you name it.
Have you ever dreamed about having an endless white-board to manage, create, and collaborate? Try out Miro.
If you want to make scheduling calls easy, try out Calendly. You can organize your time based on your routine so no one will disturb in your productive hours.
Great because we have prepared some resources for you.
Book — 256 pages
By D. Heinmeier Hannsson & J. Fried
Free e-Book — 183 pages