What we're about

This group is a community for learning, we meet remotely via Zoom these days, and you can find us on a variety of social platforms such as: LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12101594/) Slack (https://join.slack.com/t/agileoctane/shared_invite/zt-b390rusw-UxCFG5j7cLRKpEAFNs2Izw) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/agileoctane/). Please feel free to join us and be part of the conversation.

Our Website (http://agileoctane.com) is also a great place for you to check out resources, upcoming CoP's, and blogs. These are all designed to help encourage you on your Agile Transformation journey.

Our small group CoP's are focused on a variety of agile roles including Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Product Managers and Agile Coaches. We no longer have large group in-person meetings, but we continue to meet on Zoom where, these roles and many others, can mix together, share perspectives and grow.

- The Agile Octane Team

Upcoming events (1)

Dominica DeGrandis joins us for the Agile Day Atlanta Lunch and Learn Series

Register on Agile Day Atlanta's website
https://www.simpletix.com/e/agile-day-atlanta-monthly-lunch-learn-with-tickets-77826

Description
In this talk, we’ll explore some of the positive benefits that cascade through an organization as you make work more visible. Specifically we’ll explore two of the key metrics you can use to bring about positive organizational change and generate significant wins for the organization.

Time to market - how well are you doing on your flow time?
Balance between revenue generation and revenue protection - With all the demands on your teams what kind of value is getting delivered?
About the Speaker

A huge fan of using visual cues to inspire change, Dominica DeGrandis, author of Making Work Visible and Principal Flow Advisor at Tasktop, helps organizations make work visible to improve the flow of work across value streams. Obsessed with flow metrics & influencing change, Dominica advises customers on Value Stream Management and how to affect change in their organization.

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