“With Samewave, I don’t need to ask how my team is performing, or be concerned about who's doing what – I have the answers right on my screen.”
Pria, TEAM LEADER
What I need to succeed.
Samewave is the perfect tool.
Quick one-off tasks, repeating to-do’s, long slow-burn actions, complex financial targets. Samewave makes capturing and measuring these types of goal breeze.
Simply create a new goal, assign it to the right person in the team to own it, and you’re done!
No need to chase up on progress either - you’ll get notified if there’s a progress update AND if the owner runs late!
Reports are at the heart of Samewave and are the engine room of your team.
Real-time advanced chat features, with simple intuitive traffic light status reporting of your goals performance, with file management and automatic reports sent out to suit your team’s rhythm.
And notification settings that can be configured to suit your focus, you won’t miss a beat.
Samewave’s automatic email report feature lets members see a rundown of the team’s performance against their goals without needing to be in the app.
The report mailout can be set to any frequency - whether one hour or one week. Every member receives an email with a report, giving the project a vital rhythm, and the resulting engagement is known to increase productivity by up to 18%.
Goals stay on track when we keep a close eye. Successful teamwork requires accountability – getting things done means getting things seen. Visibility is key to team pressure, and team pressure keeps the blood pumping.
Samewave helps you track and share team obligations; without anonymity, team members stay on track and understand the role of each individual team member. This transparency motivates project workers and increases output by effectively eliminating free-riding and loafing individuals.
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The science behind Samewave.
Promises are at the heart of every company and help ensure work gets done. Without promises, nothing would be achieved. But, all too often and despite the myriad of organisational tools designed to translate your strategy into action, poorly crafted promises are usually the underlying reason behind failure.
Almost every organisation has suffered from the adverse effects of failed goals and poor group motivation. These issues are driven by deep-rooted psychological factors and can be extremely difficult to manage. Moreover, they can have a significant detrimental impact on long-term performance and engagement.