Monday, March 18 • 16:40 - 17:30
Remote working in an agile world

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What does it mean to you/your colleagues/your company if you are a remote worker? How is it different to being an ‘office worker’? Let’s find out! I was a full time remote worker in different roles within a distributed team for about 3 years. I have learnt a lot during this time and want to share my experiences with you.

Geographical limitations no longer stop people from working on awesome teams, or stop companies recruiting the right people for the job. There are huge benefits for the remote worker and the company alike. However, there are also drawbacks on both sides and remote working is not something to take lightly. To make remote working work there have to be changes made by the remote worker, the company and the colleagues who work in the office. I want to present what these changes could be and could potentially mean to you, and your team. Key points we will cover during the session:
  1. Interacting with immediate team and wider team
  2. Keeping the communication channel open, but avoiding noise
  3. Emotional impact of remoting and how to overcome this
  4. Setting up home working environment
  5. Changes to be made by ‘Office workers’

    Video & Slides

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Raji Bhamidipati

Agile coach

Monday March 18, 2019 16:40 - 17:30 GMT
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