Taking our own advice
A couple of weeks ago, we recommended that teams with too much on their plates take a step back and ask: What can we afford not to do?
And then a funny thing happened: We decided to take our own advice.
As our loyal customers know, the Teamworks team is a small one. The same person who answers your customer service tickets is also the person writing content or doing QA or doing user testing. We all wear many hats.
And right now, we’re deep in the creative process, as we look at ways to take Teamworks to the next level—making our tools even more accessible for more people. So, we asked ourselves: What can we afford not to do?
And the answer, at least for now, is to cut back on our publishing schedule here. For the last eight months, we’ve tried to bring you thoughtful, quality content most days of the week. But now we need to dial that back a bit. (It was either that or dramatically reduce our standards when it comes to what we publish, and we’re just not willing to do that.) We’d rather speak to you less frequently with the high-quality thinking you’ve come to expect from Teamworks than send lots of weak signals into the social media noise.
We’ll still be sharing inspiration for teams who believe in fighting for greatness—just with a different metabolism. So, if you haven’t heard from us in a bit and you’re wondering what’s up, know that we’re back in the kitchen, cooking up new things we think you’ll love.
And, by all means, stay in touch. We’d love to hear about your needs, questions, problems, hopes, and fears. And we’re always looking for smart people to test concepts with. Just shoot us a note.
And stay tuned.