WLP48 Working Out Loud

Pilar introduces the virtual icebreaker that her and Lisette played during the virtual coffee and why games are useful for teams.

Pilar introduces the virtual icebreaker that her and Lisette played during the virtual coffee and why games are useful for teams.

Pilar and Lisette play "Budding Authors" a virtual teambuilding game from www.virtualicebreakers.com

Pilar suggests ways in which to debrief the games.

Lisette's progress with the book, how she's showing different types of remote workers.

The power of Twitter: Pilar mentions Elsie Escobar, Tony Reeves from Creative Huddle.

Join Freelancers Café, a new Blab - https://blab.im/pilar-orti-freelancers-cafe-1-cappucino-freelance-talk-and-coffee-smell

What do we mean by 'Working Out Loud'? We mention John Stepper and Jacob Morgan.

 

"Working out Loud starts with making your work visible in such a way that it might help others."

How can you work out loud?

Lisette talks about Sococo - you can watch her interview: http://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com/be-a-high-functioning-connected-team-in-a-sococo-virtual-office/

Intention of work and summary of work.

Do we want to work out loud or just feel connected?

Working out loud at an organisational level. The danger of narrating your work becoming a marketing process within an organisation.

Working out loud at an organisation level. Lisette talks about her interview with Magnus Karlsson http://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com/ideaboxes-a-management-system-for-innovation-magnus-karlsson/

Can it help with problem-solving?

Where do we begin?

Tell us if you work out loud!