It looks like the World turned to be forced to accept distributed teams as the "new normal".

I have been writing my opinions and reflexions about distributed teams and the impact of it in the Agile practice. Stay tune 😉 In the meantime, I recommend you this nice animation. I don’t agree with all but it touches several important aspects.



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