The monsoon was blaring. The team was coming on the back of an intense few weeks with work and an internal air challenge. They had exerted and extraverted. And we had just released our new company website. The goal was for our people to be connected with the message, clinical with feedback and caring about the effort poured in to build www.twimbit.com/about .
So we tried. For the time. A silent meeting. Where all were clear about the why, what and how. We gathered, hopped on to the site, not all on camera, took a few observatory minutes and bam! Feedback and suggestions started pouring in on the chat. Covering every aspect of design, copy, UI and UX.
It was a 30-minute meeting. A lot of people stayed 15 minutes over and continued to share. When I left about 20 minutes over 2 people were still there.
We then gathered all the feedback, took the necessary actions and responded back swiftly with updates.
The rising sun sets fire to the lowest needles of the pines
That is adoption.
Our use cases thus far: 6 weeks, 3 silent meetings, 1 team