What does it mean to “”be”” agile? How can agility be applied to leading organizations? Where do successful agile leaders start? Three stories, three secrets, and three tips to apply agility to your life and work and unlock your potential as an executive or a manager.
How did it all start? Learn about the fascinating story of how the resource constraints of Taiichi Ohno after WW II led to a revolution that should change the world. What is it all about that even Scrum and Agile got inspired by an idea that is more than 70 years old?
Everyone can do everything anytime anyhow. Is this Agility or Self-Organisation? No, this is chaos. Sociocracy 3.0 (S3) is not a method nor a framework nor a religion. It is a helpful set of principles and tools for effective collaboration. It is the missing link not mentioned in the Scrum guide.
As a PM, you need to choose your weapon wisely to attract the right adopter group in the right stage of the product’s lifecycle. There’s no “One method fits all”. Here’s an overview of which method to use when.
The futurespective —the missing scrum event in the Scrum Guide — is an agile innovation. You probably heard of it before, it’s often used as a kick-off for teams who are getting started on a project. It can be more than that! Let Sufi show you how the futurespective works, and what principles, ideas, and methods you can use to get your team moving towards solutions rather than problems. In this talk I’ll discuss some prerequisites, the futurespective setup, and transitioning from a retrospective to a futurespective.
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