Let’s continue to talk about our blog series “Remote Teams in an Era of Agile”. What I have mentioned in my previous blog post was “Technical Excellence and Agility”. Today, I would like to continue with the time zone challenge within international teams working across different time zones.
We are all aware that, all around the world, to deliver successful projects it is important to have required technical competency, but it is also very important to build strong relationships between the teams.
Looking back at human evolution, it feels natural to identify communication as a simple or basic process.
As globalization is in progress, companies tend to be more virtual on their set up. Organizations prefer distributed structure more and more.