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56925Re: [scrumdevelopment] a common language

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  • Pierre Neis
    Jun 12, 2013
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      we work mainly in 3 languages: English, French and German.

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      On 12 June 2013 15:41, Jean Richardson <jean@...> wrote:

      Is anyone here working with widely distributed teams where there is no common language and the teams have actually been able to form and be productive?  By “common language” I mean, not everyone has basic English (French, Hindi, whatever) and there are internal informal translators for some team members.


      It seems like a no-brainer to me to avoid this situation, but I’m sending this out to the list just in case someone can come up with an example where working in multiple language on a single team has worked.


      --- Jean



      Jean Richardson

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