Yabbu enables teams to make decisions, monitor progress, and discuss topics without having a face-to-face meeting (in person or by means of a videoconference). Someone in Paris may contribute while his colleague in Tokyo is sleeping. Participants work remotely and contribute at a time of their choosing.
Organisations move as fast as they are able to make decisions. Hence, accelerating the decison making process is key. Yabbu helps your team to make decisions within 24 hours, about the time it would normally take to sync calendars for a face-to-face meeting.
Yabbu informs you when participants add new comments and guides you through the contents. The minutes are generated automatically, comprising all interaction between participants, resulting in the strongest documentation possible.
Agenda items with a check have been completed. The orange tags show you where unread messages are located.
Within an agenda item, you can contribute, interact, and like. You can close it by drawing a decision or conclusion.
The session leader picks a closing date. Within the session, you can add decisions and tasks with an owner and due date.
Recently I was at a lecture by David Allen, author of the book Getting Things Done, a worldwide bestseller with more than 2 million copies sold. The lecture was dedicated to his method of clearing your head and thus creating space for getting things done. We are often so busy in our work that we […]
The way in which an organization has organized decision-making also determines the culture in that organization. So when you change the decision-making process, you also change the culture of that organization. Yabbu is therefore much more than a simple tool for effective meetings. If you start working with Yabbu, it is not only a question […]
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“By using Yabbu we can still participate, even though we may not be present in the face-to-face meeting.”
“Yabbu decreases the collaborative distance between our offices.”
“Yabbu makes it easy to create alignment within our team on a weekly basis.”
“Yabbu pinpoints what needs to be discussed and leaves time for building strong relationships with our customers.”
“Yabbu formalises and structures our business development dialogue and decision making process in a brilliant way.”
“Yabbu is simple, efficient and fun and we see much higher participation rates.”
“We switched to Yabbu because of its intuitive interface, and because we are able to exchange information and close agenda items prior to the meeting.”
“Yabbu has yielded positive results for us as we can often resolve many discussion points prior to the actual call and make effective decisions.”
“We always have everything at hand via the Yabbu app, and many things are discussed and settled upfront the meeting.”
Helps to reduce the workload and improve results through smarter meetings.
Passionate about creating the best results with minimum effort. Willem is sports addict and music lover - from classical (especially late romance like Debussy, Fauré and Poulenc) to Dinosaur jr. (indierock) and everything in between.
In charge of the Yabbu software ecosystem.
Works best on creative start-up projects, as Full Stack & DevOps developer. Finished a Ph.D. on complex decision-support systems, and was teacher at a French "Grande École". Alexandre loves hiking, running, swimming, and good (Belgium) beers.
Loves to transform and enrich organisations with new ways of getting things done that make them smile.
Enjoys creative thinking about razing barriers. Passionate about books, ebooks and writing stories. Rows on the river Vecht and likes to cook with family and friends. Involved in local politics. Understands the issues of municipalities. Also holds the function of Data Protection Officer within Yabbu
Added Value thinker, translating customer needs into excellent solutions.
It don't mean a thing, if it ain't got that swing (Duke Ellington).
Prefers to hijack pianos in Central Stations. His guitar is the fallback alternative. The more, the merrier. Jordan loves to create and philosophy.
We are looking for a talented front-end developer with a touch of creativity and inspiration. You will be working on the realization of web and mobile applications. Do you truly understand what Yabbu is about? Are you self-starter with proven success as a front-end developer? Do you have ambition and an entrepreneurial spirit? Then we are looking for you!