Back to Basics: The Role of Agile Principles in Success with an Distributed Scrum Team

@article{Berczuk2007BackTB,
  title={Back to Basics: The Role of Agile Principles in Success with an Distributed Scrum Team},
  author={Steve Berczuk},
  journal={Agile 2007 (AGILE 2007)},
  year={2007},
  pages={382-388}
}
Agile processes rely on feedback and communication to work and they often work best with co-located teams for this reason. Sometimes agile makes sense because of project requirements and a distributed team makes sense because of resource constraints. A distributed team can be productive and fun to work on if the team takes an active role in overcoming the barriers that distribution causes. This is the story of how one product team used creativity, communications tools, and basic good… CONTINUE READING

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