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Because of Covid-19 we have quickly become an unsolicited virtual team, but at the same time, work remains work. Therefore, we must invent a new way of working together in the team and between teams to help our customers optimally. Besides a lot of experimentation, we already see the need to structurally improve collaboration. These are the experiences and insights that we want to share in a series of experience classes. In these Experience classes, we do not have answers to all questions, but we share our experiences with functioning and starting teams. Local and international organizations working together with professional coaches and consultants such as Quint to experiment, learn and improve. We take you on our journey. We are not yet at the endpoint, but now we see what works, what doesn’t.
Session 1: Virtual Refinement – how to tune optimally?
This is the first session in a series of experience classes on how to deal with virtual/remote working in teams. This session is about setting up and executing refinements for agile and/or scrum teams: How to fine-tune priorities remotely, make sure the teams and team members understand what is expected, who picks up what and what the sizes estimates are. Issues that are discussed about the working method and approach, methods and tools to support the refinement, the experiences we have gained, tips & tricks when using communication tools and dealing with security.
This session is insightful for managers and professionals who are currently working in or with agile/scrum teams; who are struggling or looking for other ways to optimally deploying teams every day and who feel the need to move along in unpredictable times and apart from just surviving. This session is also for those who want to think about the structural improvement that can last.
Short general intro and explanation
Demo / Experiences from the field
Q & A
Our events are not accessible to suppliers. You can register free of charge. This event is aimed at professionals and managers at user organizations. If you have any questions about this event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org