What we’re about
The Enterprise Agile Global community is a group of dedicated, new Agilists, experienced Agilists, and passionate business and technical leaders who collaborate to learn and share knowledge about being Agile within the Enterprise.
Our vision is that Agile is a comprehensive set of the right fit implementations of Lean, Scrum, Kanban, Chaos Engineering, Complexity Science, Product and Technology Innovation, Design Thinking, UX Design, Scaling Frameworks (like SAFe, LeSS, DA), Continuous Delivery or BizDevOps (DevOps, TestOps, SecOps) for your enterprise.
We provide access to experts and their information for Enterprise Agile Transformation and Adoption since 2014 allowing us to gain real-world experience through learning practices and knowledge to take back to our organizations.
The Enterprise Learning & Sharing Series will expand your knowledge with practical information and workshops with separate business and technical tracks.
The idea is that the community will self-organize and deliver value to each other over time.
· Seasoned Agilists · Next Gen Agilists · CIO’s & CTO’s faced with Agile Challenges
· Software Managers · Test Managers · DevOps Engineers
Each month a new, rich topic highlighting the hottest trends will be explored!
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Our olince session recordings (Zoom) can be found on the Enterprise Agile Global Community YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf8p5RCWSvjoBDB4DBFBzSA?view_as=subscriber
Miro is the visual collaboration platform where Agile teams connect and create together ― whether they are in the office, remote, or a mix of the two. Make practices such as Scrum Events and PI Planning more engaging and productive, while enabling continuous cross-functional collaboration and alignment in-between those moments ― ultimately leading to the best quality innovation."
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- Seeing Your Way to an Effective Agile TransformationLink visible for attendees
Effective Agile coaching is really about transforming the way we view the world.
As Larry Apke reflects on a decade-plus of helping enterprise organizations with Agile transformations, he strongly believes that the way we see the world is the key to our effectiveness as leaders. Because we are conditioned to believe that we see the world as it is, we often overlook, forget, or neglect the frameworks that will allow for true transformation.
Join us as Larry Apke, VUCA Consultant and Agile Coach, explains his viewpoint on this subject with the hope that we all will leave seeing the world differently.
- Critical Agile Practices, Nuanced TechniquesLink visible for attendees
We often talk about how to pep up retrospectives that have gone dry. But what of the other ceremonies? Have your standups devolved into status meetings (or were they always status meetings)? Are your grooming and planning meetings effective as they could be? Are your teams able to provide demanding execs with satisfying forecasts? Are your teams really teams or just individuals who report to the same standup? Are you seeing the effectiveness, focus on outcomes, and teamwork you know your teams are capable of?
Almost all of us have teams we want to work better: better productivity, effectiveness, clarity, quality, and frankly joy. No silver bullet, but Ron Lichty will share five nuances to the practices that he’s found have made teamwork and teams dramatically more effective. All are pretty easy and pretty simple. One of the techniques - one for forecasting - leverages Miro or Mural; if we have time, we’ll play with that one together in small groups. And he’ll share metaphors he’s found resonate with teams he’s led and teams he’s trained - metaphors you can use to help team members understand their role in delivering teamwork - what Christopher Avery refers to when he says that teamwork is an individual skill.
Ron will also share data you can use from the Study of Product Team Performance he also coauthors - correlations from thousands of respondents on product teams all over the world that have validated the universality of the workshop’s techniques.
After participating in this workshop you will be able to:
- leverage new data and metaphor to evangelize more effective practices
- surface issues earlier
- plan better
- improve the effectiveness of standups that have been rote status meetings to something much more
- improve deliverable quality
- estimate more predictably