Are you using an established Agile framework in your company, but you feel things got stuck and you cannot improve your teams? Sprint by sprint you think things got mechanic, and no real WOW? — You need to ask the right questions to ask to diagnose where your company is in terms of Agility. In a framework based on key Agile values, I show you how to use Accountability, Learning, Motivation and Autonomy to unlock the power of your teams! I present you to A.L.M.A., the essence of your company! By the use of breakout rooms and live group exercises, you learn how to assess Agility within your teams using the framework, and leave with action items on the right areas to focus. Are you ready to take the next step into your Agile journey?
In this session you will be introduced to the Agile mindset that can help companies and individuals make their internal processes more efficient and fast. Studying and learning are the areas where Iterations, as part of Agile methodologies, can help students on their path to education with less stress, more benefits and better outcomes. In this session you will learn about the iteration flow and how you can use them to make things happen. This webinar will be a contribution to students, as well as teachers that are interested in helping their class to achieve better results.
The webinar will be held by Yury Ialtanskii, co-founder of Flex Growth Group, a proactive leader with over 8 years of experience in the technology sector. Yury is experienced in the areas of Agile, Data Analytics, FinTech, Project and Program Management. He is PSM I/II certified, having extensive experience with Scrum, Kanban, Lean and Scaled Agile (SAFE, Nexus, LESS) frameworks acting as a change agent leading the digital transformation process in large corporate organizations.
Session facilitator is Julija Sipicina-Buhgolca, marketing strategist with experience in international companies such as SAMSUNG, L’OREAL, MARS INC. Socio-cultural anthropologist, pHD neuroscience researcher, lecturer at such universities as Lomonosov Moscow State University, NUST MISIS, Riga Stradins University, etc.
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.
This is part 1 of a 2 part series on Agile Coaching as part of the Agile Reflect 2020 Festival.
The Agile Manifesto emerged 20 years ago, and Lyssa Adkins’ foundational text Coaching Agile Teams was published 10 years ago. What was Agile coaching like then? Where is it at now?
Come along to hear from people who have shaped the vocation of Agile Coaching.
In the first of this two-part event, we’ll take a look at the origins of Agile Coaching, reflect on the vital role that Agile Coaches play in organisations, and what that means for us today.
Part retrospective, part deep dive into coaching today, this fireside chat will be infused with the insightful voices of two luminary Agile Coaches!
This is part 2 of a 2 part series on Agile Coaching as part of the Agile Reflect 2020 Festival.
The Agile Manifesto was written 20 years ago, and Lyssa Adkins’ foundational text on coaching agile teams was published 10 years ago. In the second of this two-part event, we’ll look not just at where agile coaching is now, but where it might go next.
Join two agile coaches who are paving the transformation path for this profession and the vital role it plays in helping organisations succeed.
Part exploration of agile coaching today and part futurespective, this second fireside chat will be enlivened by the diverse voices of two visionaries!