The Four Waves of Agile by John Okoro

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John will talk about the 4 waves of Agile that all lead towards the final phase - digital innovation.

Learn how each successive wave impacts the way that teams work, and how teams and people can adapt their careers to continue to benefit from each successive wave.

Agile Scaling and how or why we use methods like SAFe, LESS, Scrum-of-Scrums, Disciplined Agile, Spotify and others.

Business Agility and how Agile is being used beyond the IT department, and benefitting Operations, Marketing, Sales, Finance, Accounting, and other business areas.

The various approaches and themes like “Reinventing Organizations” and the “Shift to Teal”, design Centric leadership, Modern Agile and others.

The “Fourth Wave of Agile” which covers Digital and Innovation, which is key to why we use Agile methods.

A deeper look at the culture change of DevOps and how this is important to all of the waves.

About the Speaker:
John is the Head of Agile Practice for Orbium, and founder / creator of Auspicious Agile, based in Singapore. John is from California in the US. John has founded Agile services practices for Rally Software in Asia and for Point B, a mid-sized US management consultancy. John is also a contributor to InfoQ on Agile & DevOps, and an author of the ebook “ A Guide to Distributed Agile Framework”. John has two decades of leadership and process improvement knowledge in technology related projects, and over ten years of experience with Agile methods, Enterprise Agile and coaching. John has led corporate Agile training, executive education & Agile certification sessions publicly and privately in the US & Asia. John is a certified Scaled Agile SPC Co-Trainer.

So please come EARLY or ON TIME and be guided with the following:

630pm - 645pm - Registration, Pizza, Networking;
646pm - 655pm- Freelancer Introduction by Johnny Estilles;
656pm - 7pm - Aucyn Introduction;
701pm - 730pm - The Four Waves of Agile by John Okoro;
730pm - 830pm - Q&A
830pm - 9pm - Meetup Open Forum for next topics, etc.
9pm - End of meetup