Agile Talks wants to bring together people who are passionate about Agile.
This event is part of the Agile20Reflect Festival.
We will have one talk of maximum 50 minutes and after that one Open Space slot for around 25 minutes.
The event ends with a group retrospective and with some conclusions from the participants.
The Next Normal : Working Remotely using the Remote Agility Framework with Tony Ponton
Many organisations and teams have not been purposefully designed to work remotely.
To that effect, Tony and the team at remote:af (https://www.remoteaf.co/) have a mission to make remote working the next normal and demonstrate to organisations across the world that remote and hybrid teams can be and are as effective as co-located teams.
They believe we have an opportunity to rethink the way that we work for the better, building closer communities, more sustainable working practices for organisations and the planet .
Tony will use this session to introduce you to remote:af the world’s first framework for effective remote working.
He will discuss the principles that anchor the framework and how remote:af has been designed with the levels of the organisation in mind.
• Enterprise: Using patterns to make strategy accessible, enabling autonomous decision making with directional alignment.
• Team of Teams: Patterns to align teams with data for effective planning, governance and delivery.
• Teams : Designing to evolve teams in order to fit the nature of the problem that they are solving.
Lastly a snapshot of some of the specific attributes of the framework
• Remote Governance
• Virtual Obeya
is recognised as a contributor and leader in the Australian and global agile communities for over twenty years. He is one of the co-creators/co-authors of “The Remote Agility Framework” the world’s first framework for effective remote working (https://www.remoteaf.co/), principal consultant and head of business advisory for elabor8.
Coaching leaders, individuals and organisations in agility in order to create adaptive organisations for the age of digitality is his passion.
Tony serves as a Heart of Agile guide as part of the global Heart of Agile movement and co-chairs, one of the world’s leading Agile Podcasts – The Agile Revolution.
17:45 – 18:00 Arriving, socializing
18:00 – 18:50 The Next Normal : Working Remotely using the Remote Agility Framework with Tony Ponton
18:50 – 19:00 Break
19:00 – 19:25 Open Space – ask the speakers for more details or propose interesting topics
19:25 – 19:30 Retrospective, Closing
Agile Talks is a great opportunity to both learn from other people’s experiences and discuss your own topics during the Open Space.