The 2019 State of Remote Work report has highlighted the fact that remote work is not a trend but here to stay. The 13th State of Agile report states that 97% of organizations responded saying they are practice agile development methodologies. So it's safe to say that both remote work and agile practices are not going away any time soon.
Have you ever worked from home and at the end of the day felt like you got absolutely nothing done? Do you sometimes feel like your productivity goes down when you work remote? Are you curious about the people who claim working remote has improved their productivity to achieve this?
Come to this talk to learn my tips and tricks that I use to help me be a very productive remote agile team member.
Paul has been building software for over 20 years and over half of that time, he has worked remote. He will share some of his great productivity tips on how you can be the best remote agile team member.
“This trend toward near-constant communication
means that the average knowledge worker must
organize their workday around multiple meetings,
with the time in between spent doing their work
half-distractedly with one eye on email and Slack.”
— Doist Blog