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6 - Take a Virtual Tour of the Moon (NASA / SSERVI)

The Collaboration Superpowers Podcast

Release Date: 11/05/2014

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AVIVA PINCHAS is the Head of Growth at the fully remote company, Parabol, your "Agile Meeting CoPilot". In this interview we talk about how Parabol operates as a fully remote company, what their asynchronous decision making process looks like, and how to separate work and life. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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NEIL MILLER is the host of podcast. He has interviewed over 175 leaders about what it will take to thrive in the digital age. For over 5 years, he has managed remote teams and worked with Kissflow. In this interview we talk about culture, productivity, and the 5 levels of a digital workplace. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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is the Head of Remote at GitLab and the author of ,’ GitLab’s Remote Playbook, as well as ‘iPad Secrets’ and ‘iPhone Secrets’. He is also has the Guinness World Record for most blog posts ever written! In this interview, we talk about how GitLab works as the world's largest all remote company, what the Head of Remote position entails, and what companies are getting wrong - and right - about hybrid working.

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is the co-founder and President of , a virtual world for work, education and events. In this interview, we discuss how virtual worlds can mitigate burnout, how to foster a healthy company culture, and how companies can support their employees while returning the new "normal". For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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is the founder and Managing Director of global performance marketing agency, Acceleration Partners, one of the biggest, fully-remote workplaces in the US with over 100 employees. Bob's secret to success is hiring great people and rewarding for results, not hard work. For more stories, visit

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is the Head of R&D and Work Futurist at Atlassian. Originally from Manchester, now living in Sydney Australia, Dom spends half his time on the road between the US, Europe, and Australia. We discuss what Atlassian struggles with and how they share and scale the knowledge throughout their organization. We also discuss how they manage communication with teams having different backgrounds, cultures. and rituals - and what they do when conflict arises. For more stories, visit .

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A hybrid team is a configuration where part of the team works in the office, and part of the team works elsewhere. Admittedly, this is the most difficult style of working but when the right processes are put in place, it can be just as successful. In this episode, we highlight the building blocks of successful hybrid collaboration. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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MIKE ADAMS is the Founder of , a tool that allows you to caption & clip zoom video segments - so that you can compress hours worth of meetings into summaries. In this interview, we talk about why recording and managing our spoken knowledge can help teams work better together. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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TOBIAS WINDBRAKE is the Director of the DACH region for iObeya a digital visual management platform. He has developed a curated collection of resources for personal study and discovery about... collaboration. In this interview, we talk about the components of good collaboration, the role of leadership, and why most teams need to be thinking about visual management. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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JOHN O'DUINN has written code and led engineering teams in companies ranging from four person startups, to non-profits, to multinationals – including in the US Government as part of the U.S. Digital Service in the Obama White House. He is the author of Distributed Teams: The Art and Practice of Working Together While Physically Apart. And he helped to write the state of Vermont's Remote Worker Law. In this interview we discuss why it's important to have a single source of truth and the impact of distributed economic development. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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Brian Day from NASA's Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute takes us on a tour of the Lunar Mapping and Modeling Portal - a program that allows anyone to take a virtual tour of the moon. For more stories, visit www.collaborationsuperpowers.com.