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Why are cross-functional meetings important?
Cross-functional meetings can help your team agree on project roles and responsibilities, remove roadblocks, and ensure that you’re hitting important deadlines and milestones.
Invite all members of your company to Fellow to ensure that they can collaborate on meeting agendas.
Keep meeting notes in one place, look back on past decisions, and never forget what was discussed.
Get alignment on priorities
Ensure that everyone is working on the right things so you can meet the project objectives.
Set, track, and organize deadlines and key milestones over the duration of the project.
Build better relationships
Exchange feedback about the project and recognize teammates for their work.
Stay in the loop, show up prepared
When cross-functional teams work together, a lot can happen in-between meetings.
With Fellow, teams can contribute asynchronously to the meeting agenda so progress and ideas are tracked and reviewed before each meeting.
Drive progress and accountability
Tracking progress and outcomes is critical when collaborating cross-functionally.
With Fellow, teams can create collaborative project outlines, organize and prioritize action items, and ensure progress is being made across the project.
Improve collaboration with continuous feedback
Openness to feedback is an essential component of successful projects.
Fellow helps teams share real-time feedback so they can move through the forming, storming, and norming phases and get to performing faster.
“I spend my days in a lot of meetings and work with various teams across the company. Fellow is a great tool to stay organized and follow up on the action items that inevitably come out of every meeting. It’s been a game-changer for our team.”
John GleesonHead of Customer Success
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