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Trong talk lần này của Grokking, anh Huy sẽ chia sẻ về điểm hay và tác hại của văn hoá chat ở công sở, và đưa ra thêm những lựa chọn khác phù hợp hơn cho từng trường hợp cụ thể. Đối tượng là dành cho các team khi gặp các vấn đề sau:

1. Bạn cảm thấy bỏ rất nhiều thời gian, nhưng lại không làm được gì nhiều vì luôn bị đồng nghiệp nhờ/hỏi khi có công việc gấp
2. Cuối ngày nhìn lại bạn chả nhớ mình làm được gì quan trọng
3. Bạn dành thời gian trao đổi với team rất hăng hái để đưa ra quyết định, nhưng 3 tháng sau lại quên mất tại sao hồi đó quyết định như vậy..

Bài talk sẽ nói về thói quen giao tiếp bất đồng bộ, thói quen ghi lại những gì mình cần nói & cách xây dựng wiki cho team của mình nhằm mục tiêu hạn chế những ảnh hưởng không tốt của việc sử dụng chat.

Speaker: Huy Nguyen - CTO @ Holistics

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  1. 1. Why group chat hurts your team productivity Huy Nguyen - Holistics Software holistics.io
  2. 2. About Me Education: ● Pho Thong Nang Khieu, Tin 04-07 ● National University of Singapore (NUS), Computer Science Major. ● Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) - Stockholm, Sweden Work: ● Software Engineer Intern, SenseGraphics (Stockholm, Sweden) ● Software Engineer Intern, Facebook (California, US) ● Data Infrastructure Engineer, Viki (Singapore) Now: ● Co-founder & CTO, Holistics Software ● Co-founder, Grokking Vietnam
  3. 3. How it started
  4. 4. Are you facing these problems?
  5. 5. 1. Spend a lot of time but couldn’t get much done, colleagues kept asking for help
  6. 6. 2. Couldn’t remember what you did when looking back at the end of the day
  7. 7. 3. Spent lots of time discussing with team to make decision, but can’t remember the details after 3 months
  8. 8. Most tech companies use group chat as the common/main method of work communications
  9. 9. Group chat, if overused, hurts your team productivity
  10. 10. Agenda ● What is group chat good for? ● When is group chat bad? ● Downsides of group chat ● Solution ● Benefits ● Real world: How Holistics apply this to our work
  11. 11. What is group chat good for? (or face-to-face)
  12. 12. 1. Really urgent work
  13. 13. 2. Very time-sensitive operations (Customer Support, etc)
  14. 14. 3. Getting very quick feedback on things
  15. 15. 4. Having fun & creating sense of belongings Having fun & creating sense of belongings
  16. 16. What is group chat good for? 1. Really urgent works (deploy failed, server down) 2. Time-sensitive operations (customer supports) 3. Getting things out quickly (quick feedback, quick back-and-forth) 4. Having fun & creating sense of belongings
  17. 17. Group chat is typically bad for the following cases 1. Discussing serious work 2. Asking others to help with knowledge you don’t know 3. Asking others for feedback / decision making
  18. 18. Downsides of using group chat as the main work communication channel (but we’re still doing it)
  19. 19. 1. Mental fatigue: group chat = meeting all day long
  20. 20. 2. Group chat instills an ASAP culture You feel like you have to respond to every message immediately
  21. 21. 3. Thinking one line at a time This also hinders your ability to think clearly and thoroughly.
  22. 22. 4. Continuous context-switching
  23. 23. 5. Lack of context You lost track of the background of the conversation you’re in
  24. 24. 6. Inability to reference later Important messages are lost and difficult to trace later on.
  25. 25. 7. Over-inform people in real-time Unnecessary people are pulled in the conversation.
  26. 26. 8. Rambling and repetition People repeating what you wrote to avoid fear of no one noticing. Trying to repeat yourself multiple times to make sure your points are heard.
  27. 27. Downsides 1. Mental fatigue: group chat = meeting all day long 2. Group chat instills an ASAP culture 3. Thinking one line at a time 4. Continuous context-switching 5. Lack of context 6. Inability to reference later 7. Over-informing people in real-time 8. Rambling and repetition
  28. 28. The cost of a message People only think about cost of sending a message (sender perspective). There is a cost of processing it too (receiver perspective).
  29. 29. Solution: Asynchronous communications
  30. 30. What does ‘asynchronous’ mean? Synchronous: Respond immediately Asynchronous: Respond later
  31. 31. How to encourage more asynchronous work culture?
  32. 32. 1. “Right now” should be the exception, not the rule Don’t expect people to respond immediately
  33. 33. Most work communications are important, but not urgent What it actually is What people think Urgent Not urgent Urgent Not urgent
  34. 34. 2. It's OK to be unavailable Stop expecting everyone to be in chat all day.
  35. 35. 3. Have rules around “no- interruption signal” So that people can have time to get real work done without being bothered
  36. 36. 4. If it's important, write it down Tell people to "write it down", “add task for me” instead. Think twice before chatting/interrupting people
  37. 37. 5. Don’t talk one line at a time Don’t do this
  38. 38. 6. Adopt remote communications mindset Communicate as if your colleagues are on different time zones
  39. 39. Learn how you can write your thoughts/notes clearly. Learn writing framework & templates like 5W1H, Product Requirement Docs, Technical Requirement Docs, etc.. Have writing templates so that people can follow effectively. 7. Learn to write effectively
  40. 40. Asynchronous Communications 1. “Right now” should be the exception, not the rule 2. It’s okay to be unavailable 3. Have rules around “no-interruption signal” 4. If it's important, write it down 5. Don’t talk one line at a time 6. Adopt remote communications mindset 7. Learn to write effectively
  41. 41. It’s not about the tools, it’s how you communicate Slack was originally designed to communicate asynchronously
  42. 42. Benefits of applying asynchronous communications
  43. 43. 1. Calm, uninterrupted focused work No longer having to attend to everything come your way. Have long stretch time to do focus work
  44. 44. Immediate response is often not the best response. 2. Time to digest & think carefully before responding
  45. 45. 3. Accumulate record of communications (wiki) Having a record of the communication shared that can be referred to later on. Synchronous communication often requires taking notes (creating) while hearing the message (consuming).
  46. 46. 4. Improve writing and articulation skills
  47. 47. Benefits 1. Calm, uninterrupted focused work 2. Time to digest & think carefully before responding 3. Accumulate record of communications (wiki) 4. Improve writing and articulation skills
  48. 48. Group Chat vs. Asynchronous 1. Mental fatigue: group chat = meeting all day long 2. Group chat instills an ASAP culture 3. Thinking one line at a time 4. Continuous context-switching 5. Lack of context 6. Inability to reference later 7. Over-informing people in real-time 8. Rambling and repetition 1. Calm, uninterrupted focused work 2. Time to digest & think carefully before responding 3. Accumulate record of communications (wiki) 4. Improve writing and articulation skills
  49. 49. Real-world: How Holistics adopt asynchronous communications
  50. 50. How Holistics adopts asynchronous communications 1. Move work assignment from email/chat to Project Management Tool 2. Record (almost) every thought and discussions 3. Build wiki of knowledge for every area 4. Communicate where the context is
  51. 51. 1. Move work assignment from verbal/chat to Project Management Tool
  52. 52. 2. Record (almost) every thought and interaction
  53. 53. 3. Build central wiki of knowledge for every area ● Sales ● Product ○ Product Requirement Docs ● Engineering ○ Technical Requirement Docs ○ Server Configurations ● ...
  54. 54. 4. Communicate where the work context is
  55. 55. Agenda ● What is group chat good for? ● When is group chat bad? ● Downsides of group chat ● Solution ● Benefits ● Real world: How Holistics apply this to our work
  56. 56. Conclusion Group chat (synchronous) is over-used in modern work context. This reduces team productivity and creates anxiety. Consider asynchronous communications method mixing in with group chat / face-to-face accordingly.
  57. 57. Don’t stop improving, and May the force be with you! Thank you <3 Join us: • Software Engineer • Product Manager • Product UX Designer holistics.io/careers
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Trong talk lần này của Grokking, anh Huy sẽ chia sẻ về điểm hay và tác hại của văn hoá chat ở công sở, và đưa ra thêm những lựa chọn khác phù hợp hơn cho từng trường hợp cụ thể. Đối tượng là dành cho các team khi gặp các vấn đề sau: 1. Bạn cảm thấy bỏ rất nhiều thời gian, nhưng lại không làm được gì nhiều vì luôn bị đồng nghiệp nhờ/hỏi khi có công việc gấp 2. Cuối ngày nhìn lại bạn chả nhớ mình làm được gì quan trọng 3. Bạn dành thời gian trao đổi với team rất hăng hái để đưa ra quyết định, nhưng 3 tháng sau lại quên mất tại sao hồi đó quyết định như vậy.. Bài talk sẽ nói về thói quen giao tiếp bất đồng bộ, thói quen ghi lại những gì mình cần nói & cách xây dựng wiki cho team của mình nhằm mục tiêu hạn chế những ảnh hưởng không tốt của việc sử dụng chat. Speaker: Huy Nguyen - CTO @ Holistics

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