Trust with remote teams

I’m completely obsessed with the idea of being able to work from anywhere. I personally most value the freedom that remote working offers, but I also had an experience where I got to see, first hand, what could happen when you get great people working together to solve a problem.

About 10 years ago, I helped to build an online project management tool that was way ahead of its time. More interesting than the product itself was why it was being built… which was because the CEO didn’t want to die. This tool was being built so that longevity scientists could collaborate together to solve the problem of aging.

And the whole team was, for their own reason, inspired to help him — and we all worked remotely. And while we didn’t solve aging (yet) — we do, in fact, so some really great things together.

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My name is Luis Gonçalves and I am an Organisational Transformation Coachand I love to write about Agile Retrospectives, Agile Retrospectives Ideas, Scrum, the role Scrum Master, and Agile in general.

I have been creating Scrum Master Training for the agile community. If you are interested in knowing more or even working with me you can find me here: Agile Coach München.

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