With over 1100 participants, the Scrum Gathering brought many interesting opportunities to explore working as a distributed agile organization.
Late in 2015, I participated in a great discussion with Ryan Ripley and David Horowitz on distributed agile teams on the Agile For Humans podcast. In that discussion, I mentioned “the importance of explicitly encouraging communication in the team; otherwise […]
Over the last week in the USA, there has been a welcome sentiment of gratitude from last Thursday’s Thanksgiving holiday to #GivingTuesday. Since I’m involved in a few communities, I just wanted to take a moment to thank those […]
While at Agile2015, InfoQ interviewed me and some of my AgileFlorida.com colleagues and you can now see the InfoQ interview and transcript (25 min). In the interview, we talk about our distributed network of user groups and how we collaborate. A […]
Having worked with a number of distributed agile teams over the years, I’m often asked what is the best tool to use. Many people want to find the one tool that will allow their distributed team to work just like […]
Recently, I was interviewed by David Horowitz of Retrium. We discussed agile coaching and distributed teams as we have both seen many. I appreciate the opportunity to have the discussion with David and I look forward to speaking with him […]
When I started facilitating my first distributed meetings, I ran into a problem that many encounter: my primary collaboration tool would fail. It usually involved one person “losing connection” or in some cases the whole collaboration software system crashing for […]
So I’ve been getting this question recently as I blog more about it. Here are my suggestions: update your LinkedIn profile to reflect any remote/distributed work in the past and make sure you enable the option that you are looking for […]