No, We Won’t Have a Video Call for That!

Distributed teams are professional groups that don’t need to be in close contact to routinely collaborate with each other. Often, they work asynchronously — not at the same time — and rely heavily on externalised information. Because of this, video calls are the worst form of communication for them. They not only force people to synchronise their schedules but they’re also incredibly difficult to glean information from without detailed meeting notes — the process of which is more time-consuming than the call itself. Read full article here


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