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Each Monday morning Oneteam asks your team members to list up to 3 main goals for the week.
Weekly goals are shared in a common Slack channel so everyone is on the same page.
During the week everyone is asked to quickly report their progress & problems. These are shared with the team.
Publishing goals publicly helps everyone to focus on what matters.
Quickly see what everyone is working on and how it's going.
Set goals in async manner and stay on the same page.
Have meetings to solve problems instead of reporting status.
Everything is in Slack: goals, progress, problems, notifications.
Problems and bottlenecks get surfaced & solved quickly.
Yes! The PPP framework has been popularized by some of the world's best companies (Facebook, Skype). You can read more about it here.
With Oneteam we took some of the ingredients that made PPP great, built it natively in Slack and tweaked a few things to make it even more effective.
Great question. Oneteam is not a task management tool and also not a replacement for any of these tools.
The main purpose of Oneteam is to help everyone think about a few high level things that they want to get done during a week. And then communicate them out to the whole team. These goals usually then translate into one or more tickets in a task management tool. Or even just land on a paper as a long to-do list. Whatever makes you most productive and focused on achieving these goals.
Ongoing tasks can fit into Oneteam if you rephrase them into actionable goals.
For example: let’s say you’re a recruiter. While you obviously do a lot of screening and interviews, that’s not a very useful and measurable goal. Instead, you could set yourself goals like "Send 3 job offers" or "Get 2 candidates to the last stage of our interviewing process".
A question we found helpful when setting goals is: “Coming this Friday - what would I be proud to have done this week?”
That’s why we encourage simple, achievable and measurable goals.
We wrote a more detailed guide to setting SMART goals. Check it out.
Unfortunately not. We are currently fully commited to build Oneteam only on the Slack platform.