Under the hood of our June 2020 release 🚀

Working a better day has never been easier, check out some of the new features we’ve delivered this month: Navigation and content badging provide easy access to your Workhub, Board and Project information. The new dialog makes it easy to update and review your work. We’ve supercharged project and meeting templates giving you more tools for building

A case for asynchronous meetings

What is an Asynchronous meeting? Most meetings involve people getting together at the same time with a Chair that controls the conversation, and only one person speaks at a time. This is a synchronous meeting. Asynchronous meetings happen without the need for all members to be together at the same time, and anyone can speak and contribute when they want to! Meetings

Remote Teams Working from Home in 2020 – Wisdom from the Crowd

People have been working in offices as far back as ancient Rome. Professional individual workspaces emerged in the 1600’s-1800’s and the 1900’s saw the birth of open offices. All the knowledge, tools and skills we’ve built up over time, about how to work together, was predicated on us occupying the same space. In March 2020

4 Years of Managing Remote Teams – What I’ve Learned (the hard way)

You’ve found yourself as the manager of a fully remote team. Thanks to modern technology you’ve got it easy, all sorted – the team just gets on with work the way they always have. But wait, remote working isn’t just tasks, chat and video apps! Fluid has been a remote first company for the last

You’re Spending 11 Years of your Life in Unproductive Meetings

In theory, meetings are important. We use them to create opportunities for people to exchange ideas, discuss objectives and make decisions. The goal of a meeting is to get everyone on the same page and encourage ongoing productivity. And therein lies the irony. A common complaint, we at Fluid hear among professionals everyday, is that

Two ways your PMO and project managers can free up capacity to deliver more with less

Corporate projects typically follow a framework that relies on 100’s of meetings to move projects forward. While the framework is sensible, have you thought about how much time it requires before, during and after the meetings? It’s a consistent pain point in the project world, that eats up the vast majority of time – with

Great Meetings produce great outcomes so why do we waste our time in bad ones?

Meetings are important, they provide opportunities to exchange ideas, discuss objectives and make decisions – with the goal of getting everyone on the same page and encouraging ongoing productivity. And therein lies the irony! Why is it that a common complaint we hear among professionals today, is that their meetings get in the way of