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In today's fast-paced business environment, collaboration is key to success. It enables teams to work together efficiently, leverage diverse expertise, and deliver value to customers. When everyone collaborates effectively, the entire team can align their efforts to deliver value to end-users. However, external distractions often prevent teams from reaching their full potential.
In today's rapidly changing work landscape, remote teams have become the norm rather than the exception. However, managing the flow of communication among remote team members can be challenging; and there are concerns about whether remote work stifles innovation and productivity. This article explores the impact of bursty communication, information diversity, and physiological synchrony in unlocking the performance of remote teams.
As a Scrum Master, I have seen the benefits of self-managed teams and how they can lead to increased productivity, better collaboration, and improved job satisfaction. However, fostering a self-managed team is not an easy task. It requires a lot of effort and dedication from the Scrum Master and the team members, as well as cooperation from management.