Tag Archives: Remote

Remote creation of an Agile vision

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The story: Our client wanted help creating an Agile vision for the future “post SAFe”. How could we do this given that they work on multiple sites?

Can this be done remotely?  Yes!  During these challenging times, I thought of no better opportunity to share how we approached it.

At Crisp we see every challenge as an opportunity
(image credit: Jirka Matousek, Flickr)

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Remote Working & Meetings – A compilation of tips and advice

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Are you, as many others looking, for advice and tips for remote working and meetings?

You’re not alone. At KRY / LIVI, me and Anders Ivarsson, compiled a list of tips and advice on how to make the most of remote collaboration and working from home. We suspect many are looking for similar advice and guidelines, that’s why we’re sharing this with a wider audience. We hope you find some of it useful!

Click the picture to download the presentation (pdf)

The presentation (14 slides) covers the following topics:

  • Working from home
  • Maintaining focus
  • Teamwork
  • The Daily Stand-up
  • Being a good video meeting participant
  • Being a good video host/facilitator
  • Hosting bigger meetings
  • Have your tech in order
  • Selecting your channel
  • Online collaboration tools
  • Continue to be social

Click here to download the pdf-presentation.

Click here for Spanish translation (by Carlos Marín Pascual)

Click here for Ukranian translation (by Andrii Shevchenko)

The presentation is creative commons by-nc-sa. This license lets you remix, tweak, and build upon the original work non-commercially, as long as you credit the original work and license your new creations under the identical terms.

Remote or Distributed Retrospectives

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Meaningful inclusive retrospectives are possible with distributed teams. Let’s talk about the basics you need to have in place, how you can facilitate a distributed retrospective, and what to look out for. This guide is based on the retrospective format that we used at LRF Media. The retrospective participants included 5 team members at the office in Stockholm, one person working from home, and 2 people working at the Kraków office.

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