Distributed Agile

Craig Brown

Leading Like a Host with Craig Brown

Everyone talks a good game when discussing leadership, but what about some real, practical advice? That’s what Luís gets over some drinks with the man who taught him that being a leader is about becoming a good host for the people working with you.

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Johanna Rothman and Mark Kilby

From Chaos to Agility with Mark Kilby and Johanna Rothman

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.

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Peter Lee

The Future of Video Communication with Peter Lee

As the real and the virtual world start blending more than ever, we brush more and more with a kind of “uncanny valley” effect in communications. We have high fidelity video, but it feels odd not being able to move around in a room, not being able to have individual conversations in a call. Peter Lee is the man trying to solve that problem, and he’s taping into many insights from his career as a facilitation coach in order to do so.

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Molood Noori

Busting Remote Agile Myths with Molood Noori

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.

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