You’ve heard that working in an Agile team room increases collaboration, fosters a shared culture and increases team productivity. So how do you design your own Agile team room to reap the benefits you want?

The challenges are many. To begin, your designer may not understand the difference between an open office, a collaboration space or an Agile team room. Then, how do you know what will work and what won’t, and what the team members will like? Finally, how do you design an Agile team room with the resources and the space you currently own?

In this presentation we address these challenges and jump-start the planning of your Agile team room construction or remodeling project. We will give you practical advice, examples and a checklist to get started based on our combined twenty-year history of creating and living in dozens of team rooms. Our design experience spans the range from occupying an empty two-man office stuffed with six people, renovating conference rooms, repurposing large cubical farms, to designing and overseeing construction of several million-dollar renovations of existing spaces.

You will come away with the following resources to help:
* Team room design requirements from actual teams
* Post construction survey results from teams
* Getting-started checklist
* Sample backlog for the design and implementation team

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