Agile software development has become the norm for many organisations across a number of industries – products are being developed by small, self-organising, cross-functional teams, and delivered in small increments and continuously improving based on stakeholder input. Leadership plays a critical role to drive the success of an agile transformation programme. Agile leaders must encourage and empower cross-functional teams providing an environment where teams are engaged, accountable, responsible and delivering on customers’ requirements. Each environment is unique and this Agile Leadership meetup group will provide attendees with an opportunity to hear from people who have had success, learn about tools and resources that work, ask questions and network with peers.
Jeff Sutherland and Ivar Jacobson along with their two exceptional teams began working together two years ago to put complementary elements of their life works together, to create a whole greater than the sum of its parts. Jeff is a co-creator of the most popular practice ever developed, Scrum, and now the creator of its evolution to the increasingly popular Scrum@Scale practice. Ivar and his team are the founders and co-creators of the new standard Essence, which is a platform with the unique capability to extract the Essence of any practice or method and to transform these practices into elements providing Live Guidance™ to teams as they progress their endeavours.
Attend this meetup and you will learn how Scrum Essentials (Scrum with Essence) and Scrum@Scale Essentials enables better Enterprise-Scale Agile.
See how you can better learn, modify, localise and use practices and how you can engage and empower your teams to better outcomes.
After this meetup you will have seen what the next generation methods will look like. You can already get these powerful new practices of Scrum and Scrum@Scale Essentials today.
This is a rare opportunity to hear and learn from two of the most influential thought-leaders in software engineering, who have engaged and are collaborating to help the industry instead of competing for individual eminence.