In the previous two posts, I’ve covered the question of why remote work may be a good thing for your company, and who is suited to remote work. Now I want to look at what you need to do to make the introduction of a remote work environment a success.
In the best case, the typical ‘business theater’ in classical companies is a waste of potential and working time. In the worst case, however, it can also be dangerous for the whole organization. If employees are empowered to think for themselves and take on responsibility and initiative, they will make wise decisions and contribute to a more modern, flexible organization, collaborating more closely with customers, and be better equipped to handle complexity. What keeps you from promoting a culture of empowerment and using statements like “I intend to…” in your company?
//SEIBERT/MEDIA has seven core values, developed in collaboration with all employees, interested in taking part. We hope this post explains our values, shows what they mean in practice and how they shape of our daily work lives.
As Agile Coaches, we also work as intensively as possible at the level of teams and individuals – that is, the actual job of Scrum Masters. In this final post I will show what we are doing here in more definite terms.
One large task that the Agile Coaches work on at a company level includes recruiting and external (corporate) marketing. We are convinced that our //SEIBERT/MEDIA employees are our most valuable resource, and therefore the recruitment of new staff is particularly important.
We want to use our capabilities and strengths to achieve the greatest positive impact on our company and add value to our teams. Our work has moved more and more from the team level to the corporate level. As Agile Coaches, company training and further education is important. But first, here is some food for thought at a more abstract level.
The 6th instalment of our Tools4AgileTeams conference in Wiesbaden is on 30 November ad 1 December. The organizational and content preparation has begun, and the ticket sales for the T4AT 2017 are now open! The first-bird rate is currently available for early registrations and you can now secure your participation in the conference at an attractive price.
The 6th instalment of our Tools4AgileTeams conference is already looming on the horizon. It is on 30 November and 1 December, and as usual, in Wiesbaden. We return to the rooms of the IHK Wiesbaden, after having a good experience with them last year.
We’ve also decided on the overarching theme for this year’s conference: Agile Goliath – is this possible?
The principles and values of agile software development can also be used throughout an organization. //SEIBERT/MEDIA’s goal is to not only use agile …
The future of product development in software was born at the factories of Toyota in Aichi. The Kanban method is the reason the Japanese car manufacturer overtook huge titan car companies from all over the world and now sells the most units per year out of all of them. Formerly only applied to manufacturing, the Kanban method they pioneered is now a large part of how Lean product development teams in the software industry are optimizing their process on a day-to-day basis. Kanbanize has built a tool to help product development and IT ops teams practice the Kanban method in their work in order to continuously improve and reach their goals. Find out the ways Kanban and Kanbanize make efficiency happen.