• Morning Lean Coffee

    Caffe Nero

    Morning Lean Coffee (http://leancoffee.org/) to discuss our Lean and Agile ideas and challenges. Stickies and sharpies will be provided. Arrive at 7:45, grab a coffee and we'll get started at 8. This month will be facilitated by Paula. Look forward to seeing you there. The Lean Agile Glasgow Team

  • JP Morgan meetup collider - with Agile Scotland

    JPMorgan Chase & Co

    *IMPORTANT* This is a ticketed event - you must be signed up to the 'going' list by 9am on the day. Please remove your name before this time if you can no longer make it as we have limited numbers. Lean Agile Glasgow is teaming up with Agile Scotland to run a two track event at the JP Morgan community collider. Both tracks will be based around discussion between attendees, but each will be aimed at a different audience. Track one for those who are new to agile and full of questions about how they can get started. Track two for those more experienced agilists to look into what's next. Welcome refreshments: 18:00-18:30 Agile tracks: 18:30-20:00 Track 1 (Room 6.3) How does agile work? - Panel discussion Ask them anything - a panel of agile experts on hand to answer any question you have about agile. Come armed with your questions - no question is too simple, no question is stupid - remember these experts have been where you are now. Track 2 (5th floor breakout area) The future of agile - Facilitated discussion For more advanced agilists, where do you think agile is going next? What will we need to do to get there? What are your fears and concerns for the future of agile? Come prepared to take a look into the future and hear others' thoughts. Collider and networking: 20:00 - 21:30 Following the sessions, there will be a chance to hear from all the other groups who are involved in the collider and learn a bit more about other tech communities in the Glasgow area. Food and refreshments provided. The meetups who are attending are: · CodeCraft · CodeYourFuture · Glasgow JavaScript · Glasgow Makers · Lean Agile Glasgow / Agile Scotland - multi-track · Ministry of Testing · Undesign | Redesign · WebXR / Glasgow ARVR / Scotland Mixed Reality Please only sign up if you are able to attend, we have limited spaces available. Thanks to JP Morgan for hosting and for providing food and drinks. NOTE: JP Morgan will be talking photography throughout the event, please contact the Lean Agile Glasgow organisers if you have any concerns.

  • Lean Agile Glasgow - Amazing talks and lots of variety happe

    Calum Shepherd: @calumshepherd Avoiding ’banana skins’ Using some simple methods, it's possible to avoid those painful moments where everyone is on the same page - until they're not. Avoiding 'banana skins' is a short talk to help with creating clear direction for, and alignment across, your digital products. Calum is a Strategist and Product manager and has been inspiring me for years. ------------------------------------------ Martin Bate: @MR10BB Agile, punk, community and rebellion. After Lean Agile Scotland 2017 Mike Hill tweeted, “The agile movement is skilled at rebellion and community”. It was at that moment I realised why I felt at home here. As someone who played music in the Do-It-Yourself Punk scene of the 1990’s I could see many of the same structures, behaviours and philosophies mirrored in our Agile community. The question in common is, “how do we create something, ethically, with the minimum amount of waste?” So, if the approaches and human behaviours of a collective that spanned continents can be seen mirrored in our community today, are there more cautionary lessons to be learned from what happened next? Martin is a candid scrum master who was crazy enough to give me a job once. Then he quit 2 weeks later.... ------------------------------------------ Brendan Forbes: @BrendanForbes7 Army to agile. Background, organisational structures, transferable skills, and planning tools. How one Platoon Sergeant used his combat skills to navigate organization agility. Brendan's story is really amazing. He won me over in an interview drawing his parallels between the army and agility. I'm really looking forward to this talk.

  • Morning Lean Coffee

    Caffe Nero

    Morning Lean Coffee (http://leancoffee.org/) to discuss our Lean and Agile ideas and challenges. Stickies and sharpies will be provided. Arrive at 7:45, grab a coffee and we'll get started at 8. This month will be facilitated by Paula. Look forward to seeing you there. The Lean Agile Glasgow Team

  • Lean Agile Glasgow - Amazing talks and lots of variety happe

    Calum Shepherd: @calumshepherd Avoiding ’banana skins’ Using some simple methods, it's possible to avoid those painful moments where everyone is on the same page - until they're not. Avoiding 'banana skins' is a short talk to help with creating clear direction for, and alignment across, your digital products. Calum is a Strategist and Product manager and has been inspiring me for years. ------------------------------------------ Martin Bate: @MR10BB Agile, punk, community and rebellion. After Lean Agile Scotland 2017 Mike Hill tweeted, “The agile movement is skilled at rebellion and community”. It was at that moment I realised why I felt at home here. As someone who played music in the Do-It-Yourself Punk scene of the 1990’s I could see many of the same structures, behaviours and philosophies mirrored in our Agile community. The question in common is, “how do we create something, ethically, with the minimum amount of waste?” So, if the approaches and human behaviours of a collective that spanned continents can be seen mirrored in our community today, are there more cautionary lessons to be learned from what happened next? Martin is a candid scrum master who was crazy enough to give me a job once. Then he quit 2 weeks later.... ------------------------------------------ Brendan Forbes: @BrendanForbes7 Army to agile. Background, organisational structures, transferable skills, and planning tools. How one Platoon Sergeant used his combat skills to navigate organization agility. Brendan's story is really amazing. He won me over in an interview drawing his parallels between the army and agility. I'm really looking forward to this talk.

  • Morning Lean Coffee

    Caffe Nero

    Morning Lean Coffee (http://leancoffee.org/) to discuss our Lean and Agile ideas and challenges. Stickies and sharpies will be provided. Arrive at 7:45, grab a coffee and we'll get started at 8. This month will be facilitated by Paula. Look forward to seeing you there. The Lean Agile Glasgow Team

  • Lean Agile Glasgow - Amazing talks and lots of variety happe

    Calum Shepherd: @calumshepherd Avoiding ’banana skins’ Using some simple methods, it's possible to avoid those painful moments where everyone is on the same page - until they're not. Avoiding 'banana skins' is a short talk to help with creating clear direction for, and alignment across, your digital products. Calum is a Strategist and Product manager and has been inspiring me for years. ------------------------------------------ Martin Bate: @MR10BB Agile, punk, community and rebellion. After Lean Agile Scotland 2017 Mike Hill tweeted, “The agile movement is skilled at rebellion and community”. It was at that moment I realised why I felt at home here. As someone who played music in the Do-It-Yourself Punk scene of the 1990’s I could see many of the same structures, behaviours and philosophies mirrored in our Agile community. The question in common is, “how do we create something, ethically, with the minimum amount of waste?” So, if the approaches and human behaviours of a collective that spanned continents can be seen mirrored in our community today, are there more cautionary lessons to be learned from what happened next? Martin is a candid scrum master who was crazy enough to give me a job once. Then he quit 2 weeks later.... ------------------------------------------ Brendan Forbes: @BrendanForbes7 Army to agile. Background, organisational structures, transferable skills, and planning tools. How one Platoon Sergeant used his combat skills to navigate organization agility. Brendan's story is really amazing. He won me over in an interview drawing his parallels between the army and agility. I'm really looking forward to this talk.

  • Morning Lean Coffee

    Caffe Nero

    Morning Lean Coffee (http://leancoffee.org/) to discuss our Lean and Agile ideas and challenges. Stickies and sharpies will be provided. Arrive at 7:45, grab a coffee and we'll get started at 8. This month will be facilitated by Paula. Look forward to seeing you there. The Lean Agile Glasgow Team

  • Lean Agile Glasgow - Amazing talks and lots of variety happe

    Calum Shepherd: @calumshepherd Avoiding ’banana skins’ Using some simple methods, it's possible to avoid those painful moments where everyone is on the same page - until they're not. Avoiding 'banana skins' is a short talk to help with creating clear direction for, and alignment across, your digital products. Calum is a Strategist and Product manager and has been inspiring me for years. ------------------------------------------ Martin Bate: @MR10BB Agile, punk, community and rebellion. After Lean Agile Scotland 2017 Mike Hill tweeted, “The agile movement is skilled at rebellion and community”. It was at that moment I realised why I felt at home here. As someone who played music in the Do-It-Yourself Punk scene of the 1990’s I could see many of the same structures, behaviours and philosophies mirrored in our Agile community. The question in common is, “how do we create something, ethically, with the minimum amount of waste?” So, if the approaches and human behaviours of a collective that spanned continents can be seen mirrored in our community today, are there more cautionary lessons to be learned from what happened next? Martin is a candid scrum master who was crazy enough to give me a job once. Then he quit 2 weeks later.... ------------------------------------------ Brendan Forbes: @BrendanForbes7 Army to agile. Background, organisational structures, transferable skills, and planning tools. How one Platoon Sergeant used his combat skills to navigate organization agility. Brendan's story is really amazing. He won me over in an interview drawing his parallels between the army and agility. I'm really looking forward to this talk.

  • Morning Lean Coffee

    Caffe Nero

    Morning Lean Coffee (http://leancoffee.org/) to discuss our Lean and Agile ideas and challenges. Stickies and sharpies will be provided. Arrive at 7:45, grab a coffee and we'll get started at 8. This month will be facilitated by Paula. Look forward to seeing you there. The Lean Agile Glasgow Team