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  • Engineering Culture and Distributed Agile Teams

    Franzen and Pahuja explain how a distributed agile framework can help distributed teams create an engineering culture based on over a decade of experience, and share actionable practices that help you get your distributed engineering tools and practices in place. Topics covered are devops, team structure, microservices, pair programming, T-shaped engineers, continuous integration and deployment.

  • How to Communicate Better in Distributed Teams

    In this article, Hugo, Arjan and Savita explain how their distributed agile framework can help distributed teams communicate better. Based on over a decade of experience, they share actionable practices that can help you improve the communication with team members across the world. Topics covered are virtues, trust, communication rhythm, retrospectives for distributed teams.

  • Product Development in Distributed Teams

    This article focuses on how to do product development in distributed teams. It shares some virtues and practices which help to minimize challenges and develop the right product. It covers tools to help overcome challenges due to distribution and foster good behaviours. It explains how to perform various product oriented activities like user research, story mapping, planning and refinements.

  • How to be Agile with Distributed Teams

    Based on several decades of experience, we have developed an agile framework for distributed teams. We defined 8 bubbles: Culture, Organization, Product, Team, Architecture, Engineering, Communication and Tools. Each bubble contains questions, virtues and practices to help organize distributed work. In this article, we describe culture and organization.

  • Managing Cultural Differences in Your Distributed Team

    This article focuses on how cultural differences influence collaboration in distributed teams; it shares some virtues and practices which are helpful in bridging the cultural differences between team members. It defines culture and multicultural environment in distributed teams. It looks at questions teams can ask themselves to find out the impact of cultural differences in their day-to-day work.