Take a peek behind the scenes at the Agathon Group annual team meetings

Lake Michigan during AG team meetings

Every year, Agathon Group employees gather for a week-long retreat to refresh, recharge, and reflect on the previous year. As a virtual company with employees spread out over several time zones, it’s a treat to set aside time for onsite team meetings. This year, we gathered in Grand Haven, Michigan. We thought we’d share some of our highlights:


We started off the week with a little table tennis, air hockey, and a more serious, but equally fun, state-of-the-company talk. At left, Marissa Watson and Paul Yuen play table tennis and at right, Luke Baker and Ron Veenstra get serious about air hockey.

Team meetings-brainstorming session

client bill of rights session at team meetings

The team hit the ground running Tuesday morning with a collaborative session on client rights and how we can make them known through everyday communication and project work.


Alan Ritari (left) and Morgan Foster (right), the Agathon Group-resident chefs, created delicious meals for staff to enjoy throughout the week.

Team meetings lightning talks

(Left) Paul Yuen, art director, shared about human-centered design and how Agathon Group is using those principles. (Right) Brian Pikkaart, systems engineer, gave us a view into the current state and future of our systems.


(Left) Throughout the week, the team worked on a puzzle of an atlas between team meetings, (middle left and middle right) listed and sketched out ways to present valuable server information in a client-friendly manner, and (at right) each person added a piece to finish the puzzle.

To bring our Agathon Group retreat to a close, staff families in the West Michigan area joined us for a barbecue at the retreat house and after time on the beach, s’mores and lots of coloring, the kids posed for a cute group photo.

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