How can remote teams be Agile? Are there any tips, tools, strategies that can help communicate the Agile principles and implement them in distributed teams? There are. Many. And that’s a good thing, because no single one applies to all teams. Authors Mark Kilby and Johanna Rothman explain how their latest book is meant to pave the way for a new age of distributed work.
What if you could upgrade your speaking and writing in the same way as you upgrade your favorite apps and hardware? What if you had a set of language tools – frameworks and questions – that you could wield as productively as your coding, marketing or management suites? Judy Rees gives us this, in the form of Clean Language.
How can you follow Agile principles with a distributed / remote team? Several high-profile coaches and speakers in the Agile world say it isn’t possible. But in this episode, Molood Noori points out that the whole ethos of Agile is about embracing change, and being unwilling to adapt to the future of work is, in that sense, the least Agile thing you can do.
Even today fully-remote companies are a rare beast. They’re doing things differently and yet growing faster than traditional businesses. Groove—a customer helpdesk software—has experienced tremendous growth in the last five years as a globally distributed company. We’re dissecting their values, work culture, hiring norms and more to see what might be beneficial for you. Read on.