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2020 changed teamwork forever. We used to work together in offices; now we work separately at home. And while this has produced numerous benefits, it’s also thrown up new challenges — like isolation.

Most of us work in teams. But what was a real-life collection of people working together toward a shared objective is now a series of individuals — still working together, but apart. And this raises the question: how can teams work effectively in the new normal?

Change is an opportunity to iterate and improve. Some might say teamwork only happens in offices, but we believe remote teams…

The beauty behind diverse teams is the way their members thrive on and excel at different things. Those differences extend to how people like to work: some want to be at home, others prefer the office, and most relish flexibility. In fact, more than half of employees globally now say they would change jobs if flexibility wasn’t on offer. Neither office nor remote work suits everybody, though, so many companies will adopt a mix of the two: hybrid work.

Hybrid affords people a choice, allowing them to work in the way they’d like. And while it’s true that hybrid has…

Michael Heins, co-founder at Edinburgh design and technology studio MoreYum, talks about how to keep the serendipity and creative collaboration from the physical office alive and well in a remote creative team.

Michael Heins, co-founder at MoreYum

MoreYum is an ambitious, nimble and forward-thinking design and technology studio tapped into the thriving Scottish startup scene. Founded in 2017 by partners Michael and Egle Heins, their now remote, five-person outfit creates digital experiences, brands, and products for some of the region’s most exciting new ventures, as well as a host of respected international organizations. …

Max Teichert, co-founder at coaching platform Titan Academy shares his thoughts about high-performance culture and innovating at speed in a hybrid team.

Max Teichert, co-founder of Titan Academy

“We love three things”, says Max Teichert, “gaming, action sports, and early-stage start-ups”. It’s no surprise then that Teichert, along with co-founder Sam Marsden have embarked on a journey to build an AI coaching platform for gamers that enables them to make performance gains faster than any other means. Titan Academy was created in London in November 2020 and has moved fast to develop its first product, Track Titan, a coaching app for simulated motorsport racing (known as…

David Roland, co-founder of London design studio, Atticus Creative, on friction-free communication and bringing the best bits of office life to remote teams.

David Roland, Director at Atticus Creative

David Roland and his partner Sanjay Chauhan founded design and branding studio, Atticus Creative, 13 years ago. Since then, they’ve turned their hand to an impressive array of clients, from Hackney Empire to The Harley Street Clinic, approaching every brief as a bespoke problem and always searching for the killer idea at the heart of it all. A favourite project, explains Roland, was for airline seating manufacturer, Acro. The team transformed Acro from a manufacturer into a…

Monika Holod, founder & CEO at mental health platform Wangie on growing an early-stage startup with a globally dispersed team.

Monika Holod, CEO of Wangie

In 2020, deep in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and in a year where the world faced a shopping list of catastrophic and seemingly insurmountable problems, Monika Holod decided to do something about at least one of them. In England and Wales, just one in eight adults with a mental health problem are currently receiving any kind of treatment, according to the latest figures from the charity, Mind. …

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