- AGM & Panel Discussion - Agile Myths
Welcome back to in-person Meetups Agile Aucklanders! This month we are starting up back at the Grid AKL for our Annual General Meeting. As part of our Society obligations, we will share with you our financials, state of the society and vision for the upcoming year. Did you know that your Agile Auckland committee members each have a different role under the Agile umbrella? We have a Scrum Master, Agile Project Manager, Product Owner, Agile Coach, Delivery Lead, Consultant Coach, Agile Practice Lead, and Software Engineering Researcher? We thought this month's meeting would be a great opportunity for you to get to know your committee by having them sit on a panel to discuss their unique experiences and debunk some common Agile myths. There will be plenty of time for you to ask any burning questions of the committee too, so bring your best and most challenging ideas to the party! We will also try to Zoom this meeting and run a hybrid-model to see if this works in the future. We'd love to see you in person, but understand if you are concerned about social gathering. And as always, we will record this meeting and put on our YouTube channel. Zoom Link is here: Agile Auckland 2.0 is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Agile Auckland Meetup - AGM & Panel Discussion Time: Jul 15,[masked]:45 PM Auckland, Wellington Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88942197864?pwd=cXhCQ2FlT1dNVFBnRktKcFBFYVlZUT09 Meeting ID:[masked] Password:[masked] One tap mobile [masked],,[masked]#,,,,0#,,053565# US (Tacoma) [masked],,[masked]#,,,,0#,,053565# US (Germantown) Dial by your location [masked] US (Tacoma) [masked] US (Germantown) [masked] US (Chicago) [masked] US (Houston) [masked] US (New York) [masked] US (San Jose) Meeting ID:[masked] Password:[masked] Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/klCanMt0r
- A (deeper) dive into Organisational Agility for Agile Practitioners
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/97770254795 This session builds on the Agile Auckland Meetup Group discussion on Wed 17 June and will give you a broad idea of what will be covered in the NZQA approved micro-credential programme Organisational Agility for Agile Practitioners that is being run in September 2020 by The Institute for Social Sustainability in partnership with Tech Futures Lab. During this Thursday’s session, we will be discussing why learning how to ‘be agile’ demands a very different kind of personal and professional development than learning how to ‘do Agile’. Research is increasingly telling us that teams with individuals who operate at higher levels of emotional, mental and behavioural agility, deliver higher-quality outcomes than teams with individuals who lack that same capability. This session will take you on an experiential journey exploring the intersection between adaptive mindsets and Agile practices within a workplace context. In preparation for the session, please make sure you have seen the short introductory video that we played at the Agile Auckland Meetup Group discussion on Wed 17 June. The link is here: ttps://youtu.be/MBwqOsTllk4
- The Psychology of Building Agile Mindsets Through Agile Practices
5:45PM Check Into Zoom to secure your spot 5:55PM Presentation Start 7:00PM Q&A and Wrap-Up Our presenters this month are the Co-Founders/Directors of TISS - The Institute for Social Sustainability. (www.instituteforsocialsustainability.com) Tresna and Brett have designed an NZQA approved programme in Organisational Agility that they are currently delivering in partnership with Tech Futures Lab. In this session they will talk about how "doing Agile" can actually lead to "being Agile" and the psychology behind it. We will learn the science behind the agile practices and techniques you may have seen at your workplace and understand why they are becoming critical to the future of work. Dr Tresna Hunt As a New Zealand registered psychologist with a PhD in the psychology of organisations from the University of Otago, Tresna is the lead designer and co-facilitator of all TISS programmes. She is an International Coaching Certified (ICC) coach, an experienced therapist and facilitator and has been a contract psychology lecturer at both The University of Auckland and Auckland University of Technology. Brett Oetgen MBA Brett has an extensive business background, primarily in management consulting & leadership development. He has held various leadership positions and director roles for a global training, development & consulting organisation, where he worked alongside a large number of leaders from a wide range of professions and industries. Brett has also held senior management positions in the design and architectural fields. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83683548785 Meeting ID:[masked] One tap mobile [masked],,[masked]# New Zealand [masked],,[masked]# New Zealand Dial by your location [masked] New Zealand [masked] New Zealand Meeting ID:[masked] Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kdM2G9KlhJ
- From Mindset to Practices
AGENDA: 5:45PM - Check-In to Zoom to secure your spot 5:55PM - Presentation/Workshop 7:00PM - Q&A and Wrap-Up We are all by now familiar with the concepts involved in moving from mind-set to practices, in an agile context. Yet in spite of this widespread knowledge issues remain with the actualisation of these concepts in the field. We continue to see organisations focused entirely on practice, without understanding, and at the other end of the spectrum, a naïve belief that mind-set alone is all that is needed. Neither approach on its own works particularly well. In this one-hour talk and interactive workshop Transformation Coaches Pete Tashkoff and Pallavi Nellipudi will walk us through a model that leads us from understanding, through mindset and values, towards identifying specific principles, policies, standards and methods both for individual disciplines and across the organisation. Bring a pen and paper to participate in the exercise (or go digital and use your phone)! Pallavi Nellipudi Pallavi Nellipudi (PMP, CSP, SPC) Is a digital transformation agent with E2E experience in IT Business and Technical delivery. She has around 17 years’ experience in IT across the globe and is passionate about delivering products and services to best imaginable customer experiences. In recent years she has been leading multiple key initiatives in digital transformation across organizations in New Zealand. Pete Tashkoff Pete Tashkoff (PMP, PSM, SPC) is Chief Coach at Visionate Ltd, which offers a wide range of practical, specific and targeted training and coaching approaches for organisations moving into or through transformation, designed to help companies to most effectively implement change. Pete has been involved in IT for 30 years, and in recent years has been focused on helping large New Zealand organisations identify and adopt beneficial transformational change. Agile Auckland 2.0 is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83617816207?pwd=dWk3SzY0U1huOVBtTlJEeWdreUI0dz09 Meeting ID:[masked] Password:[masked]
- Secret of Behavioural Change
Ever wondered what is the secret to successful behavioural change? In this talk, Suki will distill the most fundamental information about habit formation. She will also share her top tips for creating lasting change through a personal story of how she changed her harsh self-critic. As Agile professionals, it is important to understand how change happens at personal, team and organisation levels so don't miss out on this talk about how to create lasting changes. # About Suki Xiao - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sukixiao Previously an Agile Coach at Xero, Suki is now a certified Life Coach at www.asyou.org whose mission is to help people live more meaningfully. Suki's passion for helping people and personal development started young when she was a voluntary counselor and trainer at Youthline. She has years of experience facilitating and coaching teams in start-ups and corporations. She's has mentored multiple people in the tech industry and coached company leaders to become better coaches.
- Introduction to Disciplined Agile - Zoom Meeting
The Project Management Institute has acquired Disciplined Agile (DA). Would you like to get a better understanding of what DA covers, and what its key benefits might be? This event will offer a rapid guided tour of the Disciplined Agile universe. You will see how it provides straightforward guidance to help teams to make better choices for their Ways of Working in a context-sensitive manner, providing a solid foundation for business agility. There will also be ample opportunities to clarify any questions you might have. The event is hosted by Aldo Rall, Horia Slușanschi and Gareth Holebrook of www.novavi.co Aldo Rall gained his first DA certification in 2015, and served with the DA Advisory Council. He spends his time coaching organisations and teaching people about agile and lean ways of work. Horia Slușanschi has volunteered with PMI for almost a decade, and served with the team that authored the PMI Agile Practice Guide. He is passionate about nurturing customer delight through joyful work. Gareth Holebrook is a seasoned technology product development professional. He coaches teams using agile & lean ways of work. He develops ‘systems thinking’-inspired approaches to organisational design. Agile Auckland is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Agile Auckland Meetup - Introduction to Disciplined Agile by Novavi Time: Apr 15,[masked]:30 PM Auckland, Wellington Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/426152505?pwd=amJUMmx2Si9ibjJZVGp1N09HV1VjUT09 Meeting ID:[masked] Password: StayAgile One tap mobile [masked],,[masked]# New Zealand [masked],,[masked]# New Zealand Dial by your location [masked] New Zealand [masked] New Zealand Meeting ID:[masked] Find your local number: https://us04web.zoom.us/u/feyh1EZ5jt
- The 7 Deadly Traps of Agile Transformation & How to Overcome Them
- Basics at Breakfast Sponsored by Fraedom
Basics at Breakfast is BACK! RSVPs will not be through Meetup. See below information on how register for this workshop. At Fraedom we pride ourselves at being brilliant at the basics. Our team of Kaizen coaches fill the role of the Scrum Master and we try to bring excellence to everything we do. The purpose of Basics at Breakfast is to share with the community some of the fundamental patterns of competency that we coach for Scrum Masters. This will be an ongoing programme for ‘new-to-the-role” Scrum Masters or those who are wishing to transition their career to Agile Team Facilitation. The outcome will be tips and techniques that can be applied immediately and mastered with repeated practice. We hope that doing this helps proliferate the number of high performing Scrum Masters in Auckland. It will be an interactive session with practical exercises, grounded in theory and presented by seasoned Coaches. Basics at Breakfast is sponsored by Fraedom with the intent to raise the tide and therefore lift all ships in the industry of Facilitation and Agile Coaching. We are limiting these workshops to 25 participants and will be selecting those people that meet the requirements outlined above. Register your interest by emailing [masked] and providing the following information: 1. Name 2. Current Role/Company 3. Email/Phone 4. Where are you on your Scrum Master journey? We will let you know if your registration is confirmed and location will be sent at that time.