Virtual Agility: 24/7 practices for new ways of working
Ian McGinnis and Dennis Petrillo
About this talk
Agile methods have never been friendly to the idea of distributed teams. Collaboration and face-to-face communication are core principles that date back to the Agile Manifesto, and many agile consultants have included ‘distributed teams’ in their list of agile failure modes. Despite these warnings, distributed agile teams have become more prevalent than ever before.
Now, we find ourselves in a new reality. Self-isolation is having a profound impact on the way we work. Overnight, we’ve gone from advocating that agile teams are most productive when they work face-to-face, to the reality that team members on those teams must now work apart. This presents both a cultural challenge for teams, as well as an organizational challenge for the enterprise.
Join us for a webinar on the topic of Virtual Agility, featuring Ian McGinnis and Dennis Petrillo (Executive Advisors at Rally), as they take a closer look at what it means to support and nurture virtual teams so that they can be empowered in a distributed agile environment. Topics include:
- A common definition of Virtual Agility
- 5 principles of Virtual Agility
- Best practices for implementation
Whether you’re brand-new to working in a remote capacity, or an agile expert looking for additional tips and tricks to bring back to your organization, you won’t want to miss this session.