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"And When the Team is not Collocated? Can it Still be Agile?"

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In a World that is changing very fast and urges companies to adopt an Agile Culture as a way to survive, a lot of debate has been happening on whether Remote Teams can really be Agile or if they would have to be physically collocated in order to have a successful adoption.

These are my slides for a Talk I am giving on this topic, around the world.

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"And When the Team is not Collocated? Can it Still be Agile?"

  1. 1. Cristiane (Coca) Pitzer Agile Coach Apr 2018
  2. 2. @cocapitzer www.linkedin.com/in/cocapitzer/ cocapitzer@gmail.com
  3. 3. “59% of us will be working remotely by 2020”, said executives, entrepreneurs and business academics at London Business School’s - July 2014 “In 2016, 43% of employed Americans said they spent at least some time working remotely”, Gallup Survey - Feb 2017 3
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  6. 6. • Large Multinational Company • Type of Work: Consulting • 5 People • 3 of them knew each other before About the Team 6 • Brazil – RJ: 2 • Brazil – SP: 1 • USA – Charlotte: 1 • USA – NY: 1 (Chinese) Geographic Distribution • Video Conferencing • Open Channel for Chats • Working in the Open • Time for engaging Personal Conversations • SCRUM • ScrumMaster rotation Actions • Different Time Zones • Cultural Differences • Teaming • Lack of Clarity on Purpose and Goals • Finding a Pace Challenges
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  8. 8. • Large Multinational Company • Type of Work: Research • 6 People • 0 of them knew each other before About the Team 8 • Brazil: 1 • China: 1 • USA: 3 • Norway: 1 Geographic Distribution • Closed Mindset • Lack of Trust Challenges Actions• Hired ScrumMaster • Video Conferencing • Open Channel for Chats • Supporting & Coaching ‘1+1’ • Build Trust • Adoption of a ‘Wall of Work’ • Continuous foundation on Agile Values and Principles
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  10. 10. 10 @cocapitzer www.linkedin.com/in/cocapitzer/ cocapitzer@gmail.com
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