Tu propia evolución como persona, te ayuda a afrontar las etapas de desarrollo cuando transicionas de grupo a equipo y como los fracasos se vuelven tus maestros para alcanzar la excelencia y ser equipos de alto rendimiento.
The Raleigh Durham (RTP – Research Triangle Park) Chapter of the Agile Leadership Network is hosting our annual OpenSpace Conference. This year the conference is coordinated with the Agile20Reflect Festival.
Our organizing theme is “The Pandemic and Onward.” For many in technology, remote working and distributed teams are familiar territory. In other business sectors, like financial and manufacturing, the pandemic isolation has been a disruption. For personal services and hospitality, its been nothing short of a disaster.
Outside of business, the pandemic has turned the modern dilemma of a person who is “alone in a crowd” into a person who is “in a crowd alone.” Our contact with others is mediated through apps and telecommunication devices. At one time we have never been more connected while being so apart.
And, yet, we see adaptation, innovation, and change: theaters stream live performances and musicians sell concerts from their living rooms; Zoom has become synonymous with on-line conferencing with families and friends; schools consider a future where there are no more snow days.
How has the pandemic disrupted the workplace? What role has Agile played in the response to the disruption? Which of these changes are lasting? What does the Future of Work look like after the pandemic has ended?
Join us to explore the past, present, and future of Agile through the lens of the global pandemic and our response to it.
Do you want to know more about the journey of KBC to turn the organisation from a cost and planning focus to a value focus? Join us on February 18th , 20h.
BIO of the speakers – Pieter Reijniers and An Willaert
Pieter Reijniers is the SAFe Transformation Manager at KBC Group, which is one of the largest financial instituion in Belgium. He has more than 20 years of experience in Project, Program & Portfolio Management. He has been appointed as Transformation Manager Move2Scaled Agile @ KBC in 2018. He is also a Certified SAFe Program Consultant (SPC).
An Willaert is the Product Owner of implementation essential SAFe and SAFe coach at KBC Group, which is one of the largest financial instituion in Belgium. She started my career as a developer. Afterwards she worked as a project manager interested in agile way of working for over 15 years, within KBC as was an earlier adopter of agile and SAFe. Two years ago, she became a SAFe coach (SPC) within KBC. Now KBC is in full transformation towards a SAFe organisation where she acts as the product owner for the implementation of essential SAFe.
Agile 20 Reflect Festival
20 years ago on February 11-13, 2001, at The Lodge at Snowbird Ski resort in the Wasatch mountains of Utah, 17 people met to talk, ski, relax, and try to find common ground: a set of values based on trust and respect promoting organizational models based on individuals, collaboration and innovation. What emerged was, “The Agile Manifesto.”
Agile communities across the world will be celebrating 20 years of Agile Manifesto in 2021. “Agile 20 Reflect Festival” is a global community-led free Agile festival. The watch words of the festival, “Curiosity, Collaboration, Community, Humanity, Dialogue and Fun!”
It’s a lovely concept to organize a world agile community party.
We are bringing all the Feb’21 Agile events in Belgium under the umbrella of the Agile 20 Reflect Festival.
This event is organized in collaboration with Agile20Reflect festival.
Based on our research, members of the Agile Research Network will talk about how we explored the successes and challenges encountered by two organisations as they transformed. We highlight the tensions and how the organisations had to find acceptable balances between:
1. disruption and business as usual
2. empowerment and goal setting
3. autonomy and processes and procedures
4. behaviours and skills.
We offer suggestions on how other organisations can learn from our research finding.
Increasingly, many organisations are looking to move towards a more “agile” way of working, but often Agile Coaches/Scrum Masters and Delivery Managers land in an organisation claiming to “be agile” while still behaving in a more siloed, waterfall manner.
As part of the AgileReflect20 Festival, Automation Logic’s specialists will discuss the importance of truly adhering to “Agile” principles and give you some guidance and examples of how to spot when you’re not truly “doing Agile”.
*This session is for you if you’re looking to improve your agile ways of working, or are thinking about undergoing an Agile Transformation*