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Man working remotely Tips and Tools for Successfully Working Remotely

Remote work is becoming more common, so understanding how to work better remotely is valuable, especially if your company doesn’t have an established policy about it. Collaboration technology continues to improve, making communicating and cooperating with collocated coworkers even easier.

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Steve Berczuk
Leveraging Learning Techniques for Distributed Agile Teams

Cultural differences, geographical location, socio-economic level, and native language have a significant impact on learning styles. Understanding your global team and their preferred learning styles can play a big role in success. Explore these four different styles to get the most from your team.

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Deepika Mamnani
AgileConnection Update: Transitions, Distributed Teams, and Managers

Johanna Rothman, technical editor of AgileConnection, highlights some of the content that's being published on the site, including articles about using certain agile practices on an otherwise traditional project, the challenges of distributed teams, and another myth for misguided managers.

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Johanna Rothman
Tips for Improving Your Geographically Distributed Agile Team

Many people on agile teams have at least one person who is not collocated. Those on collocated teams indicate that more of their projects are successful; those on far-located teams have the highest number of challenged projects. What can you do if you're part of a geographically distributed team?

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Johanna Rothman