As we put together our guide Creating a Remote Work Culture, we stand on the shoulders of giants. We are so grateful to participate in such an open community of individuals and organisations sharing their advice and experiences primarily to help others.

These are the articles, stories, resources and guides that helped shape our thoughts and daily coaching practice.

We are always up for recommendations, so if you love an article that isn’t here, please forward it on to us.

REMOTE: Office Not Required | Basecamp
In this book, Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson show both employers and employees how they can work together, remotely, from any desk, in any place, anytime, anywhere.
Companies who Embrace Remote Work will Replace Every Company who Doesn’t
Companies who adopted technology 20 years ago replaced every company that didn’t. Companies who adopt remote working will replace every company who doesn’t in 20 years.
Atlassian Team Playbook - Team Building Activities that Work
Forget trust falls and ropes courses. These are activities for building your team's Get $#!τ Done muscle and working better together.
15 Questions About Remote Work, Answered
A Q&A with Harvard Business School professor Tsedal Neeley.
Team acceleration by Mentally Friendly
There’s no playbook for what we are experiencing. It’s time to design the new playbook, together.
State of Remote Work 2020
Top insights and data from one of the largest remote work reports.
The reason Zoom calls drain your energy
Video chat is helping us stay employed and connected. But what makes it so tiring - and how can we reduce ‘Zoom fatigue’?
Adam Grant: How quarantine will transform the way we work - Recode Decode
Organizational psychologist Adam Grant, the author of “Originals” and host of the podcast “WorkLife,” talks with Recode’s Kara Swisher about the benefits of working from home, and how work will change during the COVID-19 quarantine — and after.
Microsoft thinks coronavirus will forever change the way we work and learn
Microsoft is predicting that the coronavirus pandemic will change how we work and learn forever. Microsoft has seen a big shift in how people use its products and how work will shift in the future.