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Global Agility: How a Remote-Only Workforce Stays Agile

Transparency is vital to an all-remote company (900+ employees) and contributes heavily to healthy collaboration at a company where no one works in a physical office. In this digital age of remote work, building out a successful, iterative process that leads to a culture that embraces diversity and provides a universal platform for all to contribute. Agile has been precedent in technical roles but this expands how the business side (Marketing, HR, Sales) also embraces being agile as they look to stay inline with the product side.
Recorded Apr 7 2020 48 mins
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Tye Davis, Technical Marketing Engineer, GitLab
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