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Agile Lineage, The Stepping Stones To and From

Agile Lineage is something that I have had a personal interest in for a few years now. However, it wasn't until Agile2016 were I saw Lysaa Adkins and Tim Meyers present on "Agilists as Agents of Social Evolution," that I had experienced this concept outside the confines of my head. As Agile2017 approaches, almost a year later, I thought it was about time to share the concept with our community.

What is Agile Lineage?  For most practitioners, and most notably artist, your lineage is an important aspect of who you are.  You pick your teachers, your style, and even you career path based on their lineage.  You carefully select the practitioner you would like to be based on those that have come before you.  

So how does this apply to Agile? I would go out on a limb to say, as of now, this concept is somewhat hidden to most.  We listen to speakers, influencers, and distrupters... do you know where they are "coming from," do you know their lineage?  We pay for classes to learn new content, do you know it's origins.  How influential would it be for you to learn where your mentor learned what they know?  How impactful would it be for your career path to know the path of those you would like to emulate?  Through a workshop, let's have some fun and explore ways to learn from our own lineage and those around us! 

6:00 Food and Networking

6:30 Kickoff

6:30 – 8:00 Content

8:00 - 8:15 Q&A, Topic Backlog Grooming, Retrospective, etc.

Location: 2221 S Clark St, Arlington, VA 22202

(Crystal City Metro stop less than 2 blocks north of the WeWork office, there is FREE parking after 4pm underneath the building, and plenty of restaurant options for extracurricular activities)




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