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Highlights

  • For many large organizations that try to embrace agile projects at scale – across offices, states, countries, time zones, and continents – co-location can often serve as a constraint rather than a catalyst. 
  • Turning globally dispersed individuals across multiple disciplines into highly collaborative, self-organized, and self-disciplined agile teams has its own challenges. 
  • Overcoming these challenges requires rethinking how processes, management structures, techniques, tools, and technologies can help agile teams transcend location constraints.