My Amazon Prime Life

In my Amazon Prime life I wore pants.

In my Amazon Prime life I had two different shades of make-up foundation.

In my Amazon Prime life I ordered my burgers without pickles, and usually got them that way.

In my Amazon Prime life I hosted a weekly viewing party of The Bachelor.

In my Amazon Prime life I had 63 pairs of shoes.


Top 10 Tips for Using Sococo

#1 Use Sococo to Cut Down on Email

Look for people in your virtual office before sending yet another email. Send a private chat if you don't need an immediate response, or try knocking on the other person’s door to see if they're available for a voice conversation. » Read more about Knocking on rooms Stuck in a long email thread? Suggest people work it out in a voice conversation in Sococo.

The Future of Work is Now

The workplace location has traditionally been the primary reason people would choose to live in a certain area. Offices, as much as farms or manufacturing plants, have routinely tethered their workers to a single location as a way to bring people together. Now in the digital age, we can break the tether for many and move the work to the people.


Context: the Fifth Element of Online Work

At our last webinar, co-sponsored by AgileCraft, we gave some power tips on how to create successful scaled distributed agile teams. From terminology to estimation methods, to facilitating ceremonies in multiple timezones, we managed to pack quite a bit into an hour!


Online Office Parties: The Virtual Baby Shower

Sococo is extraordinarily lucky to have the smartest and most enthusiastic customers on the planet. In our journey bringing the office to the online space, we have worked with these folks to learn everything we can about how they approach creating and unifying distributed teams. Our friends at Seeq are best in class when it comes to creating culture in an online team, and have really nailed it when it comes to organizing office social events in their Sococo space.


Encouraging Collaboration in a Distributed Team Environment

They say that leading a team is similar to conducting an orchestra; with a lot of practice and attention, you can get everyone to play the same tune. But what do you do if the orchestra members are not only in different rooms, but on different continents? How do you get your team to perform a symphony when some members are playing while others are asleep? And how can you expect to get everyone on the same page when even something as simple as ensuring a time-sensitive email is read and actioned can pose a logistical challenge?