Archive for May 2013

My first webinar experience – and how it relates to your remote teams

I put on a webinar for ThoughtWorks in the UK 2 weeks ago, and it was a most interesting experience. My topic was “How do you accelerate your enterprise agility”, using 2 examples – eliminating all the wasteful practices we put in the way of our development teams, and how to choose the most suitable tools to enable your development. I will (probably) blog about these at a later date (if I have not done so already!).

What was most interesting to me was the lack of feedback from the attendees – silence, no physical clues, nothing. I was on one end of an internet connection, and my audience was on the other end. They could communicate by sending me written questions during the webinar, but no other way.

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