Are you, as many others looking, for advice and tips for remote working and meetings?
You’re not alone. At KRY / LIVI, me and Anders Ivarsson, compiled a list of tips and advice on how to make the most of remote collaboration and working from home. We suspect many are looking for similar advice and guidelines, that’s why we’re sharing this with a wider audience. We hope you find some of it useful!
Are you a Scrum Master in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis? Do you and your colleagues suddenly have to work from home? Then you may ask yourself if you can be effective in the coming weeks or months. The answer is Yes! You will have your work cut out for you.
Yesterday, you worked in an office with everyone else. Today, you're supposed to work from home—and so is the rest of your team. And not just for the next few days, but for the next few weeks. What tools do you need?
As we currently face the challenges of the COVID-19 (corona) virus, I see many individuals and teams being forced to rapidly go remote. I’ve been resistant to post on the COVID-19 topic so as not to add to the noise. However, some of the hype around remote work during this time has not been helpful. This situation prompted me to point out a few things around remote work.
One of the most profound consequences of the information age is the ability to do so many things while ignoring location. I no longer need to visit most shops, libraries, or travel agents. (I'm looking forward to the day I don't have to visit a dentist.) Most of the world has seen this, but it's particularly obvious to software developers, who are generally at the front of the digital transformation.
Many companies are asking their employees to work remotely in an effort to slow down the spread of coronavirus and preserve the health and safety of their people. This change creates a new set of challenges for managers to support and stay connected with their newly remote workforce, so LinkedIn and the community are here to help.
Dear reader, I hope you are safe and keeping yourself informed about this awful virus sweeping our world.
My inbox has been FLOODED with people asking for help. This resource was created to help you face sudden remote working as well as possible. Is there any information or tips you’d like to add? Contact us!