Even if Agile approaches favor collocated teams, distributed Scrum teams with remote work are more common that what you might think. Many Agile software development teams are based on a virtual organization.
Agile approaches like Scrum recommend a “just enough” attitude in software development and this is also the case when you discuss tools. Ideally, you would work with a small team that is collocated, but this is not always possible and you might be running your project virtually with a distributed Scrum team scattered around the world.
Data platforms are becoming more necessary for software development than ever before. However, with the rise of new technologies, the way developers interact with these data has changed as well.
Today, many scrum teams and Agile organizations have incorporated some forms of remote work. This article presents the challenges of managing a distributed scrum team and provides actionable tips for success.
“Responding to change over following a plan” is one of the value of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. The COVID-19 pandemic is certainly a disruptive event that caused a lot of changes in the way organisations work. In this article, Hannah Price shares her view on how many employees embraced the concept of agile without even realising it.
In this article we would like to share our views on the distinct advantages an online retrospective offers over traditional retrospectives for distributed Agile teams, and what to look for in a remote retrospective tool.
Curious about how to build and sustain a remote-first culture? In this presentation, Rachel Davis explains how her team at Tes adapted their engineering practices to support small teams working in close collaboration over distance. With more engineers working from home or travelling than sitting at a desk in the London office, this talk covers how she organizes cross-team initiatives to sustain this way of working.