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SPaMCAST 591 Special! – Advice For Remote Teams, A Discussion with Dalton, McDonough, Koorse, Hurney, and Cagley

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The SPaMCAST 591 is a very special podcast.  On the 18th of March, I convened a panel of luminaries to discuss how they were supporting and working with remote teams. I recorded both the audio and video, today I am releasing the audio version.  The panel for this show was  

Jeff Dalton jeff@broadswordsolutions.com 

Amy McDonough Amy.McDonough@spr.com 

Sandeep Koorse Sandeep@koorse.com 

Christopher Hurney    Christopherhurney@gmail.com

And myself! tcagley@tomcagley.com 

We kept the session short but full of practical advice!

 

Next SPaMCAST

We will be back with the video soon AND back on Sunday our interview with Shelisa Bainbridge.

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Title: SPaMCAST 591 Special! – Advice For Remote Teams, A Discussion with Dalton, McDonough, Koorse, Hurney, and Cagley
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Published Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2020 22:00:07 +0000

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