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You learn you’re getting a few new team members from the West Coast. Your East Coast-based team is excited to work with them and implement some agile processes, such as automation and continuous integration, and you kick off with a focus on narrative collaboration. Despite few obstacles reported, the output of the first sprint is less complete and a lot buggier than you’d anticipated. What’s a reasonable hypothesis to explore about why?


Getting your team comfortable with reporting obstacles and saying “no” takes time, especially across locations. Spend more time building team connections so that the new team feels comfortable questioning approaches and decisions.

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