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Setting the stage. Gathering data. Encouraging participation. Making your team feel safe.

How are you adapting your daily practices to meet the demands of a remote team? Where you could rely on in-person stand-ups and Post-it® notes on a wall, what tools do you need to be effective while working from home?

This is a deep dive into the challenges Agile teams are facing and the tools you can use to be more effective. In this interactive roundtable discussion, co-presented by Agile Alliance and Retrium and moderated by Agile Coach Isaac Garcia, panelists will tackle the unique challenges Agile teams face while working from home. We’ll explore each of the Scrum ceremonies, the new challenges you share, and expert advice on how to overcome these obstacles from our panel, which includes: :

– David Horowitz, Co-Founder and CEO at Retrium
– Hailey Temple, Online Collaboration Coach and Services Lead at Mural
– Nicholas Walsh, Chief Marketing Officer at Range

About the Speaker(s)

David Horowitz is co-founder and CEO of Retrium. Retrium is the world’s first and only enterprise-ready platform for Agile retrospectives. Prior to co-founding Retrium, David spent nearly a decade between The World Bank and International Finance Corporation as a software developer turned Agile coach. While there, he experienced firsthand the importance — and difficulty — of effective retrospectives at scale. In addition to Bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science and Economics from The University of Maryland, David has a Master’s degree in Technology Management from The University of Pennsylvania and The Wharton School of Business. In 2013, he successfully founded and exited a movie search engine business. David is married to his college sweetheart and is the father of three little ones.

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