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Leading from Afar

Using Agility to Lead Digital Remote Teams

Langue:  English
Readers will learn about team Agility, team performance and wellbeing, along with stakeholder management, change management and ways to combat remote team challenges.
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Leading From Afar is for leaders of digital remote teams who may struggle to manage their workflow. As many teams choose to work from the comfort of home, over the office, it is little wonder why it is so popular. How can leaders ensure that teams maintain productivity and engagement? Agility may be the answer. Digital leaders will gain insights to implement Agility to lead remote teams, and the knowledge to enhance team performance and wellbeing. They will know how to manage stakeholders, pivot as a team when change arises and combat ways to address remote work pitfalls.

About the Author

I am an experienced Agile professional. I work as an Agile Workflow Manager in the banking industry. Prior to that I was a Scrum Master responsible for leading two Scrum remote teams. I am deeply passionate about upskilling professionals in Agile. Career highlights include Scrum mastering a team of engineers during the first COVID lockdown of 2021. Another is leading a team that helped roll out the McDonald's Mobile, Order and Pay (MOP) system globally. Outside of work, I write my own blog on Medium, which covers Agile, adaptive management and servant leadership.

  • About the author
  • Introduction
  1. Introducing Agile remote working
    1. Glossary of Agile terms
    2. How to use Agility for remote teams
  2. Agile frameworks
    1. Kanban
    2. Scrum
  3. Effective strategies for leading remote teams
    1. Setting up for success leading remote digital teams
    2. Remote team working principles
    3. Remote leader and team etiquette
    4. The power of positivity
  4. Establishing Agility for remote teams
    1. Mapping out a successful working agreement
    2. Putting the working agreement into practice
    3. Next steps
  5. Establishing a common purpose
    1. What is a common purpose?
    2. Characteristics of a successful common purpose
  6. One Team, One Culture
    1. What is a one team culture?
    2. Effective communication strategy
    3. Capturing agreement on the one team culture
    4. Sustaining a one team culture
  7. Sustaining great outcomes through continuous improvement
    1. Continuous improvement processes
    2. Improving your ways of working by using the PDCA cycle
    3. Running successful team retrospectives
  8. Overcoming common pitfalls
    1. Absent attendees
    2. Communication breakdowns
    3. Conflict
    4. Technical barriers when working remotely
    5. Summary
  • Appendices
    • Table of figures
    • References
A propos de l'auteur

Luke Pivac