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Infographic: 12 Tips For Managing a Remote Team

April 23, 2020

2 minute read

Product teams, who (once upon a time) might have been desk neighbours, are now finding themselves scattered across different towns, cities, and countries. There’s a lot to think about during these times, such as product strategy, team collaboration and remote management.

If you’re a ProdPad user or an advocate of lean roadmapping, then you can afford to feel optimistic about your strategy. Your roadmap doesn’t need to change. You’re still able to see what needs to be worked on and what problems need to be solved.

But how are you going to work remotely?

ProdPad supports remote collaboration and is used to align teams wherever they are in the world. For example, our Slack integration allows users to stay up to date with new ideas, feedback and important conversations happening in their product space. 

Ok, what about remote management?

When the Covid-19 measures were first introduced, back in March (we know, it feels a lot longer), our Chief Customer Officer, Liz Love, took to twitter to share her remote working tips.

We’ve teamed up with Venngage Infographic Maker to present those tips which were specifically based around managing a remote team.

Are you a product person who is managing a remote team for the first time? Perhaps you’re worried about how best to communicate with different people within your team? And, most importantly, do you want to make sure your positive company culture continues to resonate with your team online? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Check out our top 12 tips on remote management.

Please get in touch if you’d like to chat about how we can help you during these times of uncertainty. We hope the Covid-19 virus can be managed effectively to secure safety for everyone.

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