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Keeping healthy Studio Manager and Designer relationships

Studio culture can’t simply be fabricated. It’s created naturally when the right people are working together in the right way.

But, a healthy culture can be fostered in the right conditions.

Here at Streamtime, we do all we can to encourage healthier culture amongst teams through a tool they use on a daily basis to work and communicate. By design, we’re enhancing team autonomy and encouraging horizontal structures in the workplace.

Bottom-up over top-down, carrot over stick.

A fluid schedule

What is right for you is not always what’s right for someone else.

That’s why scheduling in Streamtime is fluid, allowing for quick changes and never acting as more than a guide for what might really happen on the day.

Enhancing team autonomy and communication

An autonomous team is a happier team.

Your team has everything they need to plan their own week. They can see what they’re working on, the remaining budgeted time on their work, and when their work is due.

So, why not take a break from scheduling their work and make their weekly plan their responsibility?

Embracing horizontal structures

Trust and transparency are key ingredients to a healthy relationship.

Embracing a horizontal structure through a more transparent model is a great way to foster trust in the workplace. It shows you have nothing to hide, and helps the team understand the gravity of the work being done.

This results in a team that cares more about their work, and a more honest workplace.

Paddy Morgan

Paddy helps people use Streamtime effectively. In Rainbows was his favourite Radiohead album at the time of writing, but that’s probably changed by now.

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