Overcoming Agile Virtual Team Challenges – Working with Agile Remote Teams
Agile remote teams are proliferating in all kinds of workplaces, especially with agile software development teams. In this webinar, Heidi discussed the different kinds of virtual teams and common challenges they face. She also addressed how to best communicate in a virtual environment given specific goals, provide recommendations to encourage better collaboration and teamwork, and describe how to have effective online meetings. Watch this webinar and get concrete tips to help remote and virtual teams be engaged, happy and productive.
Heidi is an Agile Coach and Trainer who has been working with remote teams since 1999. She aims to show teams and enterprises the value of a cohesive vision and mission, systems thinking, and self-organizing teams. An active member of the Agile community, she trains and speaks at events and conferences worldwide. With over 20 years of experience in software & technology in roles ranging from Agile Coach, Scrum Master, Product Owner, Project Manager, and Business Analyst, she brings her diverse background to develop companies improve business processes and create teams that deliver value to customers.
About Our Guest Presenter
In this webinar, Heidi Araya provided some great tips from hands-on experience in how to work more effectively as a virtual team using various methods and tools that she’s used over the last 20 years.
What participants will learn:
Types of distributed teams
Common challenges and risks with distributed and remote teams
Solutions, tips, and tricks to solving some of the most common challenges
Increase your agile remote team’s effectiveness, whether you have remote-virtual team members or not. With Heidi’s tips, you’ll learn the keys to effective teamwork.
XBOSoft CEO and founder Philip Lew leads the company's strategy, operations and business development. A thought leader in software development and QA and frequent speaker at trade and academic conferences, Phil has worked with hundreds of organizations to assess the quality of their software and improve software quality and processes using systematic methods.