Our team’s culture is evolving. Before, we had a culture that was based on an identity of everybody being at the same location. Now we’re expanding that identity; real conversations are happening asynchronously.
When you’re in a remote environment, every interaction you have with somebody is scheduled, it’s intentional. You have to know what that conversation is about. In a remote environment, that’s really important.
Time zones are the number one thing to solve with remote distribution. You just find blocks that overlap and, if you have to meet, you make sure that those are sacred times. If there’s a meeting with more than 10 attendees, we record it, so it can be watched asynchronously by people who weren't able to be around.