2019 — a pivotal year for monday.com and teamwork around the world
Since the beginning, Eran Zinman, my co-founder, and I, wanted to change how teams work together. We’ve been there, managing teams of all kinds and always feeling that something could be better, that the tools we use can actually help but never do. We still need meetings, emails and calls just to sync. How do we get people excited? How do we get them motivated? What’s the best version of our team and how do we get there?
In 2019, monday.com’s team has 170 people with the same mission we started out with — to empower teams to reach their full potential . That means that each person in a team is pushing towards a common goal. No fights, no finger pointing, no dropped balls — in the best teams, people are happy — they feel they make an impact and they get constructive feedback from their environment.
A Good Product Can Solve Anything
At monday.com, we have a very strong conviction in the ability of good software to be transformative. A good product can change how you think — what you do — how you act. We set the bar really high from day one. We wanted anyone to be able to use monday.com and be the master of their team’s destiny — that they will have in their hands all the good, tried and tested practices of management and leadership packed into the product.
"Transparency, Time Management, Cadence, Self Reflection, Ownership and Sense of Control are at the core of great teamwork. We strive to reflect that in all aspects of monday.com."
Roy Mann|CEO monday.com