I am excited to announce that Dan Mezick will be hosting and presenting Open Agile Adoption to our group on April 24th, 2013 at 7pm at 21335 Signal Hill Plaza Suite 220, Sterling, VA
Dan will also be offering a 2 day course in Washington, DC on 4/23-4/24 at the same location and the meetup group members will receive a $100 discount off of the early bird price. To learn more about the course and register, please visit http://newtechusa.net/services/agile-success-with-open-agile-adoption/
Open Agile Adoption
Open Agile Adoption (OAA) is a technique for getting a rapid and lasting Agile adoption, incorporating invitation, Open Space, passage rites, storytelling and more, so Agile adoption can take root. The purpose of Open Agile Adoption is to increase levels of engagement.
It’s obvious that the Agile movement is not producing the kind of transformative results that are entirely possible. If current approaches actually worked well, then by now, organizations would have reached a state of self-sustaining and freestanding agility.
You'll learn a proven way to get a rapid and lasting Agile adoption. If your Agile adoption program is new, or struggling, or maybe even in serious trouble, this is your session.
NOTE: The 1st 20 people who ask questions during the Q&A will receive a copy of THE OPEN AGILE ADOPTION HANDBOOK, authored by the presenter.
What You Will Learn:
* Why mandated Agile adoption creates DISENGAGEMENT
* How ENGAGEMENT powers every genuine and lasting Agile adoption
* How to use Open Space to get GREAT results in your Agile adoption
* Why you need to learn some new words: communitas, liminality, and passage rites
* The concepts and facilities of the Open Agile Adoption method
23 minute video interview with the presenter, Daniel Mezick:
Presented by Dan Mezick
DANIEL MEZICK is a management consultant, author and keynote speaker. He is the formulator of Open Agile Adoption, a technique for creating rapid and lasting enterprise agility. He is the author of THE CULTURE GAME, a book describing sixteen patterns of group behavior that help make any team smarter. The book is based on five years of experience coaching 119 Agile teams across 25 different organizations. Daniel’s client list includes Zappos Insights, CIGNA, SEIMENS Healthcare, Harvard University and many smaller enterprises. Learn more and contact Daniel at www.DanielMezick.com.