Collocation, Trust, and Distributed Teams

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Working with distributed or dispersed teams is a common experience for many product people in an increasingly globalised world. While we have powerful collaboration tools at our disposal that make it possible to work across sites, countries, and continents, being separated is not always beneficial: It can damage the chances of reaching product success, as I explain in this article.

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Product management expert. Author of “How to Lead in Product Management”, “Strategize” and “Agile Product Management with Scrum”. www.romanpichler.com

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Roman Pichler

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Product management expert. Author of “How to Lead in Product Management”, “Strategize” and “Agile Product Management with Scrum”. www.romanpichler.com

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