🔗 How we work asynchronously
PostHog is a team of 38 people across 11 different countries. We're entirely remote, and as we covered in our last issue, designed for speed. What's fuelling this intercontinental race car? A little thing called asynchronous work.
Besides being difficult to pronounce, being asynchronous means people can work autonomously and on their own schedule, even if other teams members aren't immediately available.
In the spirit of transparency (the value of which you'll see soon), we're taking the cover off our race car and sharing our not-so-secret strategies for working asynchronously.
This week's theme is: How to successfully work asynchronously.
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