The general intention for Agile teams is that they are working in the same physical location, often called collocation, or being co-located. Much is to be said for the power of osmosis in terms of spreading knowledge among the team. Personal relationships are formed face to face, so that aspect is also strengthened by working in the same physical location. There is a lot more to it though. So let’s explore what science has to say about the real benefits of working in the same location?
A quick refresher to help you get the most from the Scrum framework [bctt tweet=”“If you’re practicing scrum and it’s not working for you, consider it an encouragement to go back to basics.” ” username=”GeorgFasching”] Tip 1: Do it by the book The Scrum Guide is made to aid team development by explaining one of … Read more