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almost 3 years ago from anthony thomas, ux designer

  • Tiago FrancoTiago Franco, almost 3 years ago

    This is very interesting, but IMHO the disadvantages list is a bit short...

    For example, there are situations where having the team locked up and focused on a delivery (aka War Room) delivers great results as it forces focus, sense of urgency, and boosts communication. Citing the PMI: "Like their military counterparts, war rooms gather people and information in one location for concentrated problem solving. ". Probably you can try to replace this with some remote management techniques, but the results will never be the same.

    There is also the sense of belonging, which is harder to create and maintain in pure remote, but possible.

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