Time is divided not multiplied when you attempt to do more than one thing at a time.
Names should make sense to a new person on their first day.
Texts and emails are sight only. Video chats add sound. In-person adds touch.
The whiteboard is a temporary surface for your ideas. Take them with you and make them real.
WHEN you want something is just as important as WHAT you need. Be clear in your requests.
We made it to the amazing goal of 400% funding! Just over half way thru the campaign and we're already ordering paper for the posters and picking out shipping tubes. We have decided against the fur-lined tubes for now...
If you need to setup your laptop or load your presentation – do it BEFORE the meeting starts.
Summarize yourself. Ask questions that can receive a yes or no answer.
Seriously. Think about it.
And by "just work" they mean look prettier than yours.
You don't leave your clothes in a pile on the floor, why leave your Sales Reports there?
It is your responsibility to be on time. Plan ahead.
Don;t let an operating system come between co-worker, departments or progress. People control machines, not the other way around.
Only invite essential people to your meeting. Everyone else will thank you.
No group chat because you're running Skype 1.0? Get with the programs.
They should, but sadly they do not. Please limit metaphorical comparisons of company divisions to Westerlos kingdoms.
Quality of Connection / Quantity of Participants = Who said that?