July 2016

Growing A Rose Bush In The Desert – Lessons On Introducing Agile To Organizations That Are Ambivalent Event Details ABSTRACT: Do you or someone you know work in an organization whose culture is ambivalent regarding using and implementing Agile in the current environment? Perhaps it’s doesn’t “fit” the way the company “works”. Perhaps its “too[…]

June 2016

The Hidden Agility in Government IT Event Details ABSTRACT: Whether your preference is Waterfall or Agile, there are characteristics individual to both that have the power to make projects successful. But often times, supplier and recipient must have congruency on organizational structure, IT methodology, culture, procurement policies, etc. that helps to dictate which one, and[…]

May 2016

Growing Agile Managers Event Details ABSTRACT: When helping our teams and our organizations “go Agile”, you will find books and articles about helping teams understand the principles and practices behind effective Agile. You will also find plenty of support to help you enlist senior leaders and executives, helping them understand the value of short iterations,[…]

April 2016

Happiness: A Key Component of Agile Event Details Abstract: Selling Agile can be a difficult challenge, especially to those who are set in their ways. Increasing your understanding of why Agile works strengthens your ability to deal with these difficult situations. One of the aspects that is rarely discussed when talking about Agile is how[…]