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Let's collaborate remotely - Simon Jaillais

With an increasing number of teams working remotely, work efficiency tends to drop, along with the weakening of relationship and collaboration between members. Simon shares the value and challenges of remote working and how to keep teams motivated.

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Let's collaborate remotely - Simon Jaillais

  1. 1. Let’s collaborate remotely! Simon JAILLAIS
  2. 2. Facilitator et agile coach Based with his tribe in Singapore Voxxed Days Singapore organizer Ex organizer Agile Tour Rennes (Fr) Happy member of an international team Pragmatic Idealist sjaillais@palo-IT.com - @sjaillais Simon
  3. 3. Collaborate Work jointly on an activity or project. "he collaborated with him on numerous hotel projects"
  4. 4. Distance The length of the space between two points. "I cycled the short distance home"
  5. 5. The most efficient and effective method of conveying information to and within a development team is face-to-face conversation. Agile Manifesto
  6. 6. The best: face-to-face at whiteboard
  7. 7. Assumption validated If we are physically in a room, we have the best conditions to collaborate… Yes and… many face-to-face are not efficient!
  8. 8. Meetings… a disease
  9. 9. Meetings are costly!
  10. 10. Why a distance? • Complexity of the organization structure • Cost reduction • Looking for specific skills • Because remote working is a real option nowadays (Digital Nomad)
  11. 11. For many organization, remote collaboration is…
  12. 12. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNz82r5nyUw
  13. 13. Problems we are facing when we collaborate remotely
  14. 14. Very low efficiency
  15. 15. No real preparation
  16. 16. CTRL C – CTRL V
  17. 17. Chaotic communication
  18. 18. Not adapted tools
  19. 19. Value will be in the next meeting
  20. 20. Our pains…
  21. 21. Very low level of engagement
  22. 22. Silo of communication
  23. 23. Loss of confidence
  24. 24. It was better before
  25. 25. Proposition of solution…
  26. 26. Ref: Lawrence Mantrone
  27. 27. Create opportunities to meet face-to-face (physically)
  28. 28. Invest in the quality of the relationships • Kick-off (project, collaboration, product,…) • During a collaboration • At the end of a collaboration
  29. 29. ReThink your collaborations
  30. 30. Prepare (more) !
  31. 31. Take in account the attention span
  32. 32. Create Working/Team agreement
  33. 33. No prisonner !
  34. 34. From a consumer to an actor stence SYSTEMIC DELEGATED ROLES: • Facilitator • Decision Driver • Cadencer • Meta-observer • Host (link)
  35. 35. Train on Facilitation by Bert Sercu (www.durabilis.be)
  36. 36. Retrospectives to improve the system
  37. 37. 1 2 4 3 7 5 6 8 12 11 16 13 14 910 15 17 18 19 21 20 Gamify!
  38. 38. 1 2 4 3 7 5 6 8 12 11 16 13 14 910 15 17 18 19 21 20
  39. 39. Measure
  40. 40. Group mood https://www.teammood.com/fr/
  41. 41. Un R.O.T.I pour la fin! https://roti.express/
  42. 42. Build Trust, Use the video
  43. 43. Tools for video-conference
  44. 44. What I like • No compromise between video and slides • « Break-out room » feature • stability
  45. 45. What I like • Super easy to use(<4 users) • Stability
  46. 46. Collaboration tools Retrium
  47. 47. Define a grid tools and usages Usages Tools Creativity Task management Decision process Chat Ceremonies Retrium
  48. 48. Warning 1
  49. 49. Warning 2
  50. 50. Culture and Leadership « The culture of any organization is shaped by the worst behavior the leader is willing to tolerate » Gruenter and Whitaker
  51. 51. Celebrate https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com/104-virtual-team-celebrations/
  52. 52. Tips !
  53. 53. Tip #1 : limit the number of meetings
  54. 54. Tip #2 : Start your remote collaboration with a face-to-face interaction (Physically)
  55. 55. Tip #3 : Reduce duration of your remote collaborations
  56. 56. Tip #4 : Prepare your collaborations
  57. 57. Tip #5 : Promote the law of the 2 feets
  58. 58. Tip #6 : Learn about facilitation (Training?)
  59. 59. Tip #7 : Build a common grid Tools and usages
  60. 60. Tip #8 : Take the time to improve your meetings
  61. 61. Tip #9 : Work with your organization to have access to the Right tools
  62. 62. Next steps « Working together Anywhere » Lisette Sutherland Collaboration Superpower http://collaborationsuperpowers.com/

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