The blog post series considers the everyday obstacles of working in a Scrum team as a remote employee. It provides solutions as well as best practices based on an “ideal” sprint. The first part looks at sprint planning, stand-ups, and pair programming.
How should an agile organization with remote teams and just one site approach the facilitation of distributed work and integration of distributed team members? Here we consider why it is a good idea to take a closer look at this topic, which obstacles can come up along the way and how can you overcome them effectively.
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.
Recently, we were able to put our additional office in Kirchgasse 2 with room for around 30 people into operation. We are very happy about the change, the unpacking and our recovered “leg freedom” in the main office, and we are looking forward to having a great time in the new office!