By Ani Phelan
Lots of articles cover keeping the kids entertained when you work from home. But adapting the way you work in little ways can have a big impact.
By now, hopefully, many of you are settling into your new work surroundings. The kitchen table, the couch, or your home office. The coffee is brewing, the news is on quietly in the background, the birds are chirping, the -
Oh, right. You have kids. And school is closed. …
by Ani Phelan
Prompted by concerns around COVID-19 my inbox is filling up with questions about how I set up my teams to be successful working remotely.
At Work at Play, we’ve been running remote teams since 2010. We now function completely as a distributed team. Here are my top 5 tips for effective communication with remote teams.
Slack is a vital tool for communicating with team members. I won’t go into the ins and outs of Slack, there are plenty of great resources for that. …
by Ani Phelan & David Gratton
In the last 20 years, the one thing that separates companies that make great products or deliver great campaigns are those who rely heavily on qualitative research rather than quantitative research.
Still, many companies rely almost exclusively on quantitative research. And for those that do both, their customer research budgets tend to lean heavily toward quantitative research instead. Why is that?