What we're about

To all the women working as agile practitioners, this group is for you! We define agile practitioner as anyone supporting an agile team or any agile enthusiast.

We will be meeting on a monthly basis to discuss selected topics and share our experiences being women in the Agile space. We welcome suggestions about female speakers, discussion topics, and events.

Upcoming events (1)

Executing Your First Agile Transformation

Online event


Most organizations don’t understand exactly what is required to carry out a successful Agile transformation. There is the thought that you are all set once Scrum ceremonies are underway and/or Agile task forces are established within the organization. This couldn’t be further from the truth. An agile transformation is a lengthy process, spanning anywhere between 3-5 years, that requires meticulous planning and the involvement of team members of varying levels across the organization. In this talk, I’ll walkthrough:
● A game plan on how my team planned and initiated an Agile Transformationeffort at a local bank here in Jamaica.
● How we managed the expectations of our stakeholders and brought alignment to all team members on the ground.
● Problems faced in our execution, and how we overcame them.
About our Speaker:

Sheyinka Harry is an Agile Coach and the Manager of Agile Transformation at QualityWorks Consulting Group. Over the last five years, she has worked with product development teams across the US, Latin America, and the Caribbean to help streamline and optimize their software delivery process and build products that their users love.
She has also worked with enterprise-level teams to define how they go about supporting their delivery teams to ensure their success. Sheyinka has significant experience in the finance and e-commerce space and is passionate about helping organizations achieve their goals through Agile transformation.

6:00 - 6:30 Virtual mingle, Relational activity
6:30 - 8:00 Opening | Presentation & Discussion


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