How 4 tech execs promote remote team collaboration

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Since the pandemic began, health system IT teams have been working remotely and one of the biggest concerns for CIOs is maintaining the engaged culture of collaboration in this new normal.

The Wall Street Journal recently published a report on how top technology executives are promoting a collaborative culture while working remotely. Here are the key takeaways:

1. Uplevel CTO Ravs Kaur said the company has held two hackathons in the past five months that were two weeks long each to promote collaboration and its teams used the virtual whiteboard platform Miro and Slack to collaborate.

2. Aible Inc., a company focused on artificial intelligence for business operations, is doing more frequent check-ins with developers and reassigning work when a developer is stuck.

3. Online payment software company Stripe immediately sends meeting notes to email lists and allows team members to continually add commentary to shared documents.

4. Bank of America's COO and CTO Cathy Bessant said her team is doing more frequent video calls to maintain connection during the pandemic, but feels developers are more productive in person. However, the bank did set a record for the number of patents filed and granted during the first half of the year.

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