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Are office spaces dead

In this month’s edition of Agile Actually, Martin and Simon explore the rise of remote work and whether working from the office, as we knew it, is dead.

Some interesting insights from two experts who are both Professional Scrum Trainers in addition to agile coaches and agile consultants, and how the rise of remote work has impacted the effectiveness of training, coaching, and consulting. It may surprise you.

About the hosts of Agile Actually

Simon Reindl is the chief #agilecoach, #agileconsultant and #professionalscrumtrainer at Advanced Product Delivery. In addition to traditional #agilecoaching and #agileconsulting, Simon is pioneering #leanagileprocurement in Europe and helping organizations to reinvent how they partner with suppliers and subcontractors.

Visit https://www.apd.coach for more information on Simon.

Martin Hinshelwood is the chief #agileconsultant and #professionalscrumtrainer at NKD Agility. In addition to traditional #agilecoaching, #agileconsulting, and #scrumtraining, Martin is an expert in #devops consulting and engineering. If you are looking for help on anything DevOps, #scrum, #agile or #microsoft, Martin Hinshelwood is your go-to-guy.

Visit https://www.nkdagility.com for more information on Martin.

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