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The Future of Agile: Remote and Asynchronous
The Future of Agile: Remote and Asynchronous | Molood Ceccarelli
April 21, 2021
April 21, 2021
The evolution of agile from collocated software teams to becoming the operating system of large and small businesses with a geographically distributed workforce.
Working remotely is not just working from a "different" location.
In the last decade, collocated team members were front and centre and remote workers were an afterthought. In the coming decade, remote workers will be front and centre.
Teams and organisations need to adapt their communication and collaboration processes to the new reality that has emerged. Future workplaces will be digital yet truly inclusive, respectful of freedom and independent of location and time.
The current style of management will no longer be relevant as the world is changing. The future of leadership is remote-first and asynchronous.
Remote Work Strategist and Agile Coach, CEO and Founder @ Remote Forever
Molood Ceccarelli is a remote work strategist and agile coach. She helps entrepreneurs of distributed companies to create future-proof scalable and agile businesses that empower remote employees to collaborate effectively in people-centric workplaces.
Her work has been published in places such as Forbes, Entrepreneur, Huffington Post, Inc as well as Scrum Alliance and Shiftup. She is often referred to as the queen of remote work. She is the CEO and founder of Remote Forever and the founder of Remote Forever Summit, the largest online summit about remote work in agile that since 2017 has attracted over 10k attendees from around the world every year.
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