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Telling people before you begin builds trust. Telling people only after you’re done erodes it
A guide for turning private conversations into public resources through community consent.
Want to collaborate more? Get your tools to talk to each other
Put automations to work to make collaborating easier with tools like Airtable, Slack and Google Drive The One Newsroom, which is the convergence of The Columbia Missourian, KBIA, KOMU, Vox Magazine, and the Missouri Business Alert, into one space, has created more opportunities for collaboration. The Missourian converted its old content budgeting process (once hosted … Continued
Answering your questions on how to redesign brainstorming meetings
Meetings belong to participants, too: overcoming tech barriers and snackable next steps.
Redesign your live meeting agenda doc with these templates
How to prioritize people who are participating on their own time.
We’ve put a radio station, TV station, newspaper, magazine and business service all in one space
Here’s what we’re learning from our new collaboration toward a single newsroom.
I’m redesigning brainstorming for asynchronous participation and I love it
Making effective meetings accessible to people not in the room.
Local news: Filling in the future gaps
Paul Graham, the founder of tech accelerator Y Combinator, famously advises aspiring entrepreneurs to “Live in the future, then build what’s missing.” To him, the most successful founders don’t come up with startup ideas by solving the problems of today. They notice something that’s missing in the current landscape and they envision how their business … Continued