Have you ever had misalignment or miscommunication within your distributed team?
Most distributed (software) teams face collaboration challenges. Based on over a decade of experience, Hugo will share experiences around working with & in distributed teams. We’ll look at the top challenges, the solutions and we’ll deep dive into scrum.
Scrum is a modern way to organise complex projects using time boxed iterations and self organisation. It can help you organise your teamwork in a better way. Scrum can be used for any type of work, also beyond software development.
What People Will Learn :
- Top 5 challenges distributed teams face
- How scrum help distributed teams
- Freedom through team self organization
- Experiences building a distributed company with 80 people
- The basics of Scrum: roles, events and artefacts
- Scrum versus traditional management
- Practical solutions and tools for solving distributed team challenges
About the speaker :
Entrepreneur & Distributed Agile Specialist Hugo Messer has been building and managing teams around the world for over 10 years. His passion is to enable people that are spread across cultures, geography and time zones to collaborate. He knows what it takes to make distributed collaboration work. He currently lives on Bali and has started scrum training and coaching within Indonesia.
Hugo helps distributed scrum teams; Ekipa Academy; training & coaching for distributed teams. He has written 6 books about managing remote team. He’s also the owner of Bridge Global, a global software powerhouse. Bridge builds dedicated software teams for software product companies and IT departments of larger organizations. Bridge has offices in The Netherlands, Sweden, Ukraine and India. One of Hugo’s drives in building his companies is having an impact on poverty reduction. Bridge and Ekipa contribute to this by creating sustainable jobs in upcoming economies. We also support various charities in the countries where we have our offices (Ukraine and India).
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