66 minutes | Sep 17, 2019

Episode 5: Darren Murph on how to build Remote Culture

This week we had an interesting chat with Darren Murph from Gitlab.Darren leads all-remote initiatives at GitLab, one of the world's largest 100% remote companies. He also holds a Guinness World Record in publishing.Explorer at heart, he had travelled in over 50 countries and all 50 US states and worked as a digital nomad. He's passionate about enabling remote work for all and advocating for adoption. This episode is covering a lot of different topics. Darren is such all rounder I am sure we will be recording a new episode soon!In this episode we talk about:How to be a digital nomadRules for building remote cultureRules for running teams with 900+ peopleWhat onsite teams can learn from remote teamsWays to create bonds in remote teamsVideo calls vs Audio callsHow to operate efficientlyHow transparency benefits to companyHow did Darren set a World RecordNotes and links:EngadgetGitlab ValuesGitlab HandbookSid SibrandijMeetings instructionsInformal CommunicationPart-remoteBenefitsGitLab BlogTyporaDarren MurphWebsiteInstagramCredits:Jan Jenko for header photoGramatik for intro music
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