Having several teams working together in an Agile way to speed up delivery of new products and services to their customers is, for many companies, the answer to the rapid changes we see in the marketplace today. Scaling Agile, however, is a bigger and different challenge than ”just” implementing Agile at the team level. It’s an organizational and behavioral journey…
In Scaling Agile - A Real Story, Ole Jepsen shares a true scaling agile story from a particular program. In Slice and Understand Together, learn how to slice your requirements into potential releasable epics. In Master Planning Together, find out how to set the direction for the entire program. And finally, get tips on how to make the big event successful in Big Room Planning
Scaling Agile – A Real Story
Scaling Agile – Slice and Understand Together
Scaling Agile – Master Planning Together
Scaling Agile – Big Room Planning
Making SAFe® work with Scaled Planning
”The Neuroscience of Agile Leadership” – InfoQ
”Stress and the Workplace – Results from goAgile’s qualitative survey” – By Claire Borsch, goAgile, Fall 2017
”Together - take advantage of how we're wired to get results” – By Jenni Jepsen
“Flirting with your customers,” -Jenni Jepsen – creating relationships with your stakeholders, why and how-to.
“Communicate Business Value to Your Stakeholders,” Jenni Jepsen – why communicating the value you create is critical as you follow the value working Agile, along with some tips on how-to.
”The Neuroscience of Agile Leadership,” Jenni Jepsen – why Agile works from the perspective of the human brain.
Essential IBL training Austria 2019
"Agile Tour Vienna"
– Poland Agile 2018
Neuroscience of Agile keynote
– Siemens Warsaw 2018
"Agile in the City": Birmingham 2017
– quick tips on how to involve & engage participants in online workshops.
- By specifying ”just enough” up front, Agile enables projects to follow the value.
– ideas on how to work with all the product’s stakeholders to get value delivered as quickly as possible.
- amplify the impact of Agile with coaching and sparring to support people on their journeys – for some, it is life changing, and for others, it’s ”just” about adjusting behaviors.
We're honoured to be part of this great new book Tips from the trenches by Yves Hanoulle. You can read our tip "Stop protecting your team," as well as many other great tips from some of the world's foremost agilists to get ideas on how to make your Scrum ceremonies even better.
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