tl;dr: The concepts behind two pizza teams - mission and independence - have been lost. Teams no longer work on customer problems but a subset of those problems. This requires a lot more cross team collaboration, creating bottlenecks and inefficiencies.
tl;dr: "Being impatient is the best way to get faster at things. And across a surprising number of domains, being really fast correlates strongly with being effective." Being twice as fast doubles the growth rate of your output, which then compounds.
tl;dr: "Focus on the intent of the change, not the mechanics. Why was this change needed? What drove it? What would you want to know about this reasoning or decision a year from now? What would you want a new team member approaching this code base to know?"
tl;dr: Meeting times dropped - more 30 min meetings and less hour long ones. Managers felt the "brunt" of the remote work, spending more time prioritizing and planning. More varied work times, as everyone has different responsibilities.