The remote alternative to Scrum, or “stand-up” meetings, is not a video call.

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Remote work means embracing remote tools, but it doesn’t mean we should stay complacent. We need to adapt the agile workplace tools we created “in the office” for the post-office remote world.

The first place to start is trimming down scrum. Typical scrums follow the 3-tier what did you do, what will you do, what’s backlogging you framework. No one wants that anymore. Save everyone a…