Introducing the Agile Fluency Model

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UPDATE: We're meeting on the "second Thursday" in December, to accommodate everyone's holiday schedule.

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Introducing Agile Fluency, created by Diane Larsen and James Shore:

We all agree that being fluent in agile takes consistent practice and needs a lifelong investment in learning. Unlike a maturity model that tracks a team’s progression, the Agile Fluency Model is akin to a bus ride with value stops along the way that an organization can choose to hop on and off.

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Anil Jaising (https://twitter.com/aniljaising?lang=en) has over 20 years of experience working with banks as a developer, leading teams and an agile coach. Anil is a CSM, CSP and a martial arts coach with a third degree black belt in Karate. Anil is an executive director at JP Morgan and writes on NimbleByDesign.com blog focusing on agile, innovation and devops . Anil also speaks frequently at various industry and technology conferences. Anil is constantly looking for opportunities to learn and improve.

Linda Fung (https://www.linkedin.com/in/linda-luna-fung-3038909/) is a CSM and CSP. She is an aspiring agile coach who has an open mind to learn and open heart to connect. She is an optimist and a learn it all.

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Doors open at 6:00pm for pizza and networking. The program/activities will begin at 6:30pm.

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The NYC Scrum User Group meets on the third Thursday of every month to talk about Scrum, to share experiences, to network, and to provide support for local Scrum practitioners.

Interested in telling your own story? If you have an idea you would like to share, come see us at the Meetup, or tell us about it here: https://www.papercall.io/nyc-sug

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