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Remote, In-person, or Combined Team Sessions
Tip 1 - Have one facilitator and one scribe. We have seen clients succeed when they have one person leading the meeting and another running the meeting.
Tip 2 - Screenshare Ninety when bringing remote teams together.
Get the meeting started using any video conferencing software — Zoom, GoToMeeting, Google Hangouts, or Microsoft Teams all work well!
Have the person running the meeting in Ninety share their screen to move to the different sections, create items, and utilize other in-app actions.
Tip 3 - Use audiovisuals during the meeting just as the team would in person.
In the conference room or meeting space, share Ninety on a screen, so everyone can see and follow the agenda together.
Quarterly Planning Meetings
Our company-operating philosophy utilizes Quarterly Planning Meetings (QPMs)* to focus teams every 90 days.
The following are additional features of QPMs* compared to Weekly Team Meetings*:
Review the Quarter's Rocks
Incomplete Rocks* should be collected on the Long-Term Issues* list
Use the Long-Term Issues* list to craft Rocks* for the next quarter
Coaches typically take their teams through the appropriate tool for the given team quarter to quarter
Track mastery of the tools each quarter
Annual Planning Meetings
We also prioritize teams having two-day Annual Planning Meetings (APMs)* to align and set goals for the year.
The following are additional features of APMs* compared to Weekly Team Meetings*:
Review the prior year
Determine the number of Rocks* completed
Review the Scorecard*
Identify ways to increase overall team health
Revisit the SWOT* in the team's Vision* and make any necessary changes
Vision and Goals
Read and go over the Vision*
Align, revise, or create 3-year, 1-year, and quarterly Rocks* accordingly