112. Agile Monday - Distributed Agile Teams: Create Success - Shared screen with speaker view
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i accidentally pinned a participants video - can anyone help me understand how to get the slides back on main screen area?
Hover over upper right of their image. You should get an unpin option
Try double click on that small window
Where is the URL to this generic chart - I will use it immediately :-)
One of my dispersed teams wanted something like this in today's retrospective...
Article and URL for the chart here https://www.markkilby.com/articles/pragpub-artices/distributed-team-workspaces-start-with-hours-of-overlap/
This is the backchannel
Vey very good point! Thx for that
Yes I will save the Chat and provide it afterwards
Team norms are important for back channel. Especially the back back channel — I.e.: DM and gossip
Isn't it a bit distracting to watch the back channel and the main video conversation at the same time ? ;)
thanks - thats proof that it works :)
As facilitator, how to make everyone heard in a big video call?
Thank you both so much for the fascinating presentation. Would you mind sharing your slides with us?
Do you have experience in working remotely as a Scrum Master? How do you replace on-site observations and water cooler talks?
we will offer a pdf. Pls email us. thx
Great! Where can we find your e-mail address?
Not a question, but a comment: It feels like you could remove the phrase “Distributed Agile” from the title of your book, and it will work just as well! These principles sounds really good even for co-located teams.
What do you do about the famous silence in the Calls?
Hernan, thx. yes :-)
I will collect the data of Mark and Johanna and provide in the Xing 112 Agile Monday Event. So add yourself to this if you want them
What is your expierence regarding cultural aspects within a distributed team? How to overcome those issues? Germans act differntly than Romanians as an example.
Great site for remote teams, by GitLab which is 100% remote people. https://about.gitlab.com/company/culture/all-remote/resources/
Famous silence by Diana :-)
this is the famous silence :-)
I am happy to step in for Diana for that question :-D
no somohow I cant unmute.......
I have the same problem
@Denise: Good questions. If possible we try to arrange an intercultural training at the beginning. But this depends on Management if they are willing to pay
@Leeni: good point. If they are willing to pay and organize.
Scrum Master could organise, or not?
Can I ask the question about the famous silence again? Like Diana I find it to be a problem
fully agree to that, nonetheless there are some cultural undertones one might not be aware of or recognize
Good bye thank you Mark :-)
@Renè: maybe the "assume good intent" princible counts here. :-)
What is your experience with an “Open window” while working together (having the webcam+audio open even outside a meeting)?
@Denise: despite adhering to the "prime directive" there might be some misunderstanding and you are not even aware of it
Do you have experience with longer (at least a day) distributed Trainings?
Would you agree that an Online meeting needs more moderation and structure than an offline meeting?
Due to corona we just had a 3 day virtual campus meeting - it worked out pretty good. much better than expected :-)
Are the slides you provided today also in your PragProg book?
Do you have some ninja-tricks for distributed meetings where a lot of Managers / C-level folks are involved to reduce some of certain alpha-behaviour?
BTW - if you want to see some more remote-talks and possibly -Workshops, check out:https://github.com/homeferences/list
perfect :-) thanks (sorry, for the misconception, i just reckognized that they are just your distributor)
Possibly just Lean Coffee, that helped a lot in my experiments
How often have you run this 2 weeks "remote collab Training program"?
We did a Lean Coffee using leancoffeetable.com last Friday for 70 participants. Worked quite well (unless a crash at the very end)
Thank you for the hint, I will try that out!
Johanna can you help us with what to start first, if people not used to remote, get started without preparation, due to decisions to shut down or work only remote..
for the mic
one could also use a good lavalier
or at least a pop filter for the mic
@Johanna: we Germans envy every other country for their bandwidth ;-)
Thanks for sharing so much
Thanks for sharing!
Dr. Jürgen Hoffmann
THANK YOU!!! :-)
Thanks you very much :-))
Thank you very much! :-)
Thank you. I got really a lot out of it.
Thank you very much!
Thank you, great session.
thank you very much!
Thanks a lot!
This was just fantastic - many thanks!
Thank you very much for all the sharings :-)
Great job, Martin. Johanna, thank very much.
Thank you so much!
Thank you very much!!
+1 Awesome! Thank you!
Thanks guys! Awesome experience.
Thanks Johanna, Mark and everybody for this evening and the wonderful playfulness!
Thank you very much
Nice remote agile monday; thank you for sharing @Johanna and Mark
Thanks a lot!
Thank you for sharing!
thanks & bye