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Peter Lee is an Agile Coach based in Sydney. He is a prolific writer, sharing his Agile strategies and facilitation philosophy, and is currently hard at work building Video Facilitator, the next generation of video software to use in distributed teams.
In this episode, we talk about why he feels that something is missing to allow for true online collaboration, and how Peter believes that Video Facilitator is the missing link that will let us have really effective online meetings. That’s just the beginning though – we then go on to discuss the dangers of siloing and creating filter bubbles in a team, how to build real empathy among distributed employees, and how developing a culture code is the key to reframing and acting upon your company’s values.
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Find him on Twitter and LinkedIn:
@innovativepete – https://twitter.com/innovativepete
Medium Blog: https://medium.com/@innovativepete
Video Facilitator – https://www.videofacilitator.com
The Art of Action: https://amzn.to/2G8qFWs
Collaboration Supercards: https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com/supercards/
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