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Remote-First Team Interactions with Team Topologies


Matthew Skelton & Manuel Pais

We know that team-based software delivery can be very effective, but how can we promote and enable team-based approaches in a “remote-first world”? What should teams think about and what patterns can teams adopt to be effective when no one is in the office?

Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais will discuss how to address remote interactions between teams that need to work together remotely, which is critical for success in this new world. Moving from the physical to the online world can further expose pre-existing team interaction issues, increase wait times, and slow down delivery if left unchecked.

Based on the ideas from the book Team Topologies, authors Manuel Pais and Matthew Skelton will present some useful approaches to clarify and evolve inter-team interactions and communication in this remote-first world.  

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About the Presenters

Matthew Skelton

Matthew Skelton has been building, deploying, and operating commercial software systems since 1998. Head of Consulting at Conflux, he specializes in Continuous Delivery, operability and organization design for software in manufacturing, ecommerce, and online services, including cloud, IoT, and embedded software. He currently lives in the UK.

Manuel Pais

Manuel Pais is an organizational IT consultant and trainer focused on team interactions, delivery practices, and accelerating flow. Recognized by TechBeacon in 2019 as one of the top 100 people to follow in DevOps, he is also coauthor of the book Team Topologies. He helps organizations rethink their approach to software delivery, operations, and support via strategic assessments, practical workshops, and coaching. He currently lives in Madrid, Spain.
Team Topologies
Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow
Secrets of the four successful team patterns and three interaction modes to ensure success for IT organizations.
by Matthew Skelton & Manuel Pais
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