2020 introduced the largest remote work experiment ever. Vaccines to counter Covid-19 and new policies to safely work together emerged. Hybrid remote seemed the obvious solution as we moved into
2020 introduced the largest remote work experiment ever. Vaccines to counter Covid-19 and new policies to safely work together emerged. Hybrid remote seemed the obvious solution as we moved into 2021. But was it a solution or another forced experiment? Does remote still seem like a better option or a temporary fix? We’ll explore why some organizations have chosen remote work, some of the key principles that need to be in place to make remote work successful, and when being face-to-face still provides the better option for certain types of work.
What are key developments in research and work you should consider? What “”ripples”” should you watch for in the coming year? What you can do about remote work.
With over two decades of experience in agile principles and practices, Mark Kilby boldly coaches where others feel it’s impossible. His years of experience leading, training, and mentoring remote, hybrid-remote and distributed agile teams is captured in his book co-authored with Johanna Rothman, From Chaos to Successful Distributed Agile Teams. Mark also co-founded a number of professional learning organizations to build sustainable, collaborative learning communities. You can learn more about Mark’s remote agile coaching and his online community work at https://markkilby.com. Currently, Mark and his partner, April Jefferson, are capturing and sharing how they coach and facilitate in an upcoming book and monthly learning journeys at http://mobilitymindset.life.
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