You’ve heard the terms ‘Agile’ and ‘Scrum’ and wonder if they’re a passing fad or the latest enablement solution. I’ve built a career deciphering between the two, teaching clients why Agile works and the best ways to increase R.O.I. with as little overhead as possible. Want to know why? Read on for the ultimate list of benefits seen adopting an Agile process and why it’s not just today’s marketing buzzword.
Agile is an approach that transcends national borders. Despite the Agile Manifesto was originally written by a group of American developers, the successful implementation of Agile techniques led to its spread around the world. We are proud of the fact that there are teams, companies and Agilists communities on every continent.
The first annual unconference with Agile Baltimore Group as local Lean/Agile practitioners, technologists, entrepreneurs and advocates come together for a day of idea sharing, networking, and collaboration.
Together with the Agile Alliance, Agile Open Northwest presents a one-day Open Space in Portland on September 24, 2015. You’ll have a chance to collaborate with 125 others, using Open Space Technology to start, discover, and share discussions around agile topics…and to meet the directors of the Agile Alliance and of Agile Open Northwest.
2015 is your best opportunity to learn from and network with the most active, influential Agile professionals on the planet. Learn the latest development methods, technologies, tools, leadership principles, management philosophies, policies and processes.
This year Linda Cook is one of the organizers/co-chairs of the Agile Executive Forum. The Agile Executive Forum is a program of Agile Alliance.
Participants will learn the various types of charters and their recommended content. During the workshop activity teams will develop a complete team charter based on provided case studies using provided templates. Teams are invited to this workshop to develop their own team charter.
In Well Begun is Half Done, we use retrospective techniques to develop consensus around objectives, vision, and mission. In this workshop we introduce the components of a good team charter and how those components help focus the teammates toward a common goal. In addition, the development of the recommended team charter components ensures that key questions are succinctly answered during the kickoff of an effort or team.
Agile Alliance, a global nonprofit organization committed to advancing Agile development principles and practices, today announced that it has seated its 2015 Board of Directors. The board — comprised of Agile thought leaders from a variety of backgrounds — shares its passion to deliver software better every day with Agile professionals around the world.