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It's the WHERE of the What, Where, When and How of communication policy that will keep leaders and remote teams on top of projects.

Generally speaking, these are the platforms (or platform families) to share each type of information:

  1. Email - detailed information sharing such as reporting and directives
  2. Slack - time-sensitive, response required info i.e. "Which Zoom link do we need for the noon meeting?"
  3. Asana - project planning and management. Task lists, future steps, timelines
  4. Zoom - easy to use, has breakout rooms for sub-teams, records to the cloud
  5. Dropbox/OneDrive - holds living documents like contacts list and email addresses for easy team access
  6. GSuite/Sharepoint - specific docs that require team editing and approval

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About Lizabeth Wesely-Casella

Lizabeth Wesely-Casella is an internal communications corporate trainer and process improvement specialist. Her work has contributed to national health program restructuring, and she has helped businesses worldwide increase efficiency while improving staff experience. Lizabeth is an entertaining and informative speaker who shares actionable information with her audiences. To book Lizabeth for your event or podcast, visit her Speaking page.