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The CSS-Tricks team was cracking up the other day when Miranda introduced us to something called “swoop and poop.” That was a new term for most of us, but tell me if you’ve ever experienced this for yourself.
The idea is that someone in an organization — usually someone higher up on the chain, like a manager or director — has had no involvement in a project but “swoops” into a review session for it (like a team demo) and “poops” all over the work that’s been done. You know, things like colors in the design, why we’re using this framework versus that, or any number of various things that pay no mind to the scope of the project or the meeting. And it’s not like anyone want to push back on a HiPPO.
We then all turned to Chris because, well, case in point. Just kidding!
The thing about “swoop and poop” is that it’s totally avoidable. Sure, it’s a funny thing to say and there’s a lot of truth in it, but the issue really comes down to a lack of transparency and communication.
That’s where a system like monday.com can swoop in and make things shine. It’s a project management platform that’s more than project management. It has all the time tracking, milestones, calendars and task lists that you might expect, but there’s a lot more to help facilitate better collaboration and communication among — not just the immediate team members of a project — but everyone across the organization.
We’re talking about things like shared assets, comments and chat to help everyone on the team communicate better. Even better, monday.com puts all of these things in a central place so everyone has access to it. And if you feel out of the loop on a project, simply check your personalized news feed to catch up on all the latest activity for the things that directly affect your work.
That’s exactly the sort of remedy that prevents any ol’ person from swooping into a meeting and dropping bombs all over the work. By capturing important details, assets, decisions, discussions, budgets and everything else you could ever need on a project, monday.com makes it tough to be out of the loop, which leads to better team collaboration and communication.
Try monday.com and experience the difference better communication makes. It’s free to sign up, so go ahead and give it a spin.
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