Try running your one on ones in Coda and keep all your action items in one place.
Make your brainstorms fun and exciting for everyone, not just the loudest people in the room. Doing it all in a doc is also great for remote teams who want a shared space.
When your project is over run your retrospective in Coda to gather everyone’s feedback, share it and turn it into action items. No more screenshots of post-its on white boards and manually transcribing them all.
Along with being a product manager with Coda, in his spare time Glenn runs a website for the board game curious, Best Play. That side project is what inspired his first Coda doc to help re-promote all of the content he was creating.