Ensure success by using an onboarding workflow
Too often, new team members only get a crash course in their new roles. It's no wonder that it could take up to 6 months before they are fully up-to-speed.
Lower the learning curve by creating an onboarding workflow for new team members to help them get oriented.Edit
Clearly identify everyone's roles and responsibilities
For someone new, having a clear understanding of their roles, responsibilities, and how they fit into the picture is a key ingredient to success.
Having visual presentations of your workflows makes it easy and simple for new people to understand how they contribute to the team's success.Edit
Accelerate learning and time-to-productivity
With the typical, crash course style of onboarding, important details can get lost, and new people are left on their own to learn through trial-and-error.
Jump-start a new team member's success by embedding critical instructions and details with the task so that even someone brand new can complete it.Edit