The Festival is Over formally ending on the 11th of May 2021 but the Party continues with Access Agile which has been created in response to the Worldwide Agile Community requests.
Agile20Reflect Festival A story of Passion, Agility and Grace at The Silicon Valley Project Meetup
Over the next few weeks and months there will be various sign ups to build out the community of people wanting to become involved in the next evolution of The Agile20Reflect Festival. As with the Festival, Access Agile a new organisation is committed to creating a free resource for the Agile Community Worldwide.
From the various retrospectives there have been some ideas collated into this website.
- Access Agile Foundation
- Access Agile Festival
- Access Agile Learning Library
- Access Agile Community
- Access Agile Innovation Forum
During the next few days all existing social media location will be rebranded to Access Agile so that no matter how you want to be involved our communication channels will be open.
Archived: Welcome Folks! The Biggest Global Agile Festival ever over 800+ Free Online Events in February 2021. This is the first Global Community led Agile Festival!
And as we learn how to do this we want to explain why it’s not a conference so here goes…
At our Free Agile Festival you can host, or do anything that you want at any time in February 2021. Co-badge it with us and we will advertise your event or activity on our central programme and we will keep a copy of your event or research for people that are unable to attend to make use of free in the future.
It’s a simple idea, come be creative and share your passion! In our world community party!!!
To make this Community Based Festival work there were several ways to get involved
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The Future of Ethics in the Agile Community – Time for Action? Panel Discussion - February 19th more The Archive
A look at how the Red Team of Agile20Reflect used a variety of approaches to look at how the festival was shaping up and head off problems before they occurred. Thinking ahead proving more useful over reacting after it has already happened
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