Here are a few tips for introducing team-building questions in your workplace, along with the best questions to ask.
You’ll learn the “why” behind the 3 daily huddle questions. Are these questions effective? What are the common pitfalls and how do you avoid them?
In this post, we’ll share fun daily huddle ideas that will make your meetings more lively, and consequently, keep teammates more focused and engaged.
We take an in-depth look at 5 daily huddle best practices and discuss how you can use Geekbot to run quicker & less disruptive huddles in Slack.
This article will cover what sprint check-in is, how to conduct it properly, and whether having sprint check-in is a good idea altogether.
In this post, you will learn 6 Types of employee morale surveys and how to use them to acquire actionable data.
We look at how personal trainers can use Geekbot, an automated and remote check-in tool, to schedule and manage their client check-in process.
In this post, we’ll detail the pros and cons of using an Excel/Google Sheets template to run daily huddle meetings.
We take an in-depth look at 5 Scrum Master best practices and discuss how you can use Geekbot to run quicker, less disruptive daily standups and retrospectives.
We look at the disadvantages of synchronous meetings and why teams should use an asynchronous remote team meeting software.
Asynchronous communication can be tough to pull off, but it’s a great way to increase your team’s productivity and focus. In this article, we’ll share 7 examples that will help you do it right.
In this post, we’ll share advice on how to run scum meetings in the most effective way, why they work, and how you can adapt them to your work environment.
If you’re looking for a Jell alternative, we encourage you to consider Geekbot, which is free for teams of 10 or fewer.