Session type:

Case Study

Presented by:

David Legge

Redgate

Oli Wennell

Redgate

Session time:

29 Jun 15:00 16:00

Session duration:

60 minutes

About the session

The danger of remote work is that individuals will just become silos and won't interact, so won't really be a Team, let alone be a High-Performing one.

How do you ensure your Team works as a 'team' when working remote? And that it doesn't just become a group of individuals who happen to be working on the same thing?

Rather than just hoping, this talk explores the deliberate practices a team can use to make sure the team is greater than the sum of its parts; as well as intangibles such as maintaining a culture, and coherent organisation.

Following on from previous sessions on Mob Programming - now being referred to as Ensemble Programming - by both speakers, where co-located teams were the norm, this session addresses the specific scenario of going remote.

Themes: Teams, Mob Programming, Ensemble Programming, Agile Teams, Culture, Effective, Remote

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