What we're about

This group is for anyone involved or interested in digital transformation. We will cover strategy with a focus on enterprise digital which will include subcategories such as devops, cloud, cybersecurity, agile software engineering, AI and machine learning, lean product development, internet of things ,web and mobile ... Ideally this wants to be a safe place where you can exchange insight, concepts, suggestions, experiences and challenges and we are particularly interested in hearing from people that are using technology to get real results. We also want to hear about failures and pitfalls.

Together with our partner community (https://www.meetup.com/Lean-Agile-Coaching-... (https://www.meetup.com/Lean-Agile-Coaching-Meetup/)) we could create a complete offer of content for all people and companies who want to start their journey to the Agile & Digital age.

Our values are,
Respect (self, other members of this community, the rest of the world),
Integrity (personal & professional)
Competence (demonstrable & related to Agile & Lean topics),
Experience (at all level of the organisation, at all level of skills)
can be summarized in the word RICE (i.e. food for the masses).

As in an Scrum team, the organizer (equivalent to a Scrum master) is responsible to engage the community (equivalent to the developers) and to provide the platform (equivalent to the practices) for sharing contents (equivalent to the product), the community is responsible about the content and to provide feedbacks to the organizer to improve our products. Our product owner is the world!

If you agree this manifesto you are invited to join and to share this community to your networks.

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Upcoming events (2)

Q&A and Discussion on Scaled Agile with Luca Minudel

Online event

Following a great discussion during the event on the 26th May with Luca Minudel and given that a lot of the questions haven't been answered due to the lack of time, we'd like to invite you for the follow-up discussion! We already have some of the questions from the last event and we'd like you to keep adding more under this link: https://app.sli.do/event/1gjgnkoc We will start the event with questions that have the highest number of votes. As a recap, during the last event, Luca discussed an overview of the cracks and the weaknesses of scaled frameworks. So, if you have an experience or you're a supporter of scaled frameworks, this discussion is for you! Some information about Luca: Luca Minudel is a Lean-Agile Coach & Trainer with 18+ years of experience in Lean/Agile and 20+ in professional software delivery. He is passionate about agility, lean, complexity science, and co-creation. Luca is the founder and CEO at SmHarter.com, a company that helps organisations turn their way of working into their competitive advantage. https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucaminudel/

An Introduction to “Getting Things Done” (GTD)

Online event

An introduction to the life-changing methodology set out in David Allen’s best-selling book “Getting Things Done, the art of stress-free productivity” (also commonly referred to as ‘GTD’). In a world of 24/7 information flows and incessant demands on our time and attention, how do we cope with all the emails, texts, Zoom meetings, and WhatsApp messages? How can we ensure we are paying appropriate attention to the things that are really important to us, both at work and at home? We can simply continue to live in a state of overwhelm and chaos, but there is a better way. GTD® offers us another way to live and work: getting more of the right things done, with less stress. Feeling like we’re winning the game of work and the job of life. Join us for this 90-minute, interactive, and amusing talk. You’ll see a glimpse of this different way of living; as well as some solid skills you can implement straight away to begin your journey on the path of GTD® mastery. “nothing short of life-changing…” – Ben Hammersley, The Guardian Work smarter, live better. 🔎 About James: When James found GTD in 2006 he instantly recognised that David Allen’s methodology was exactly what he needed. He was particularly attracted to the ‘tag line’ on David’s book: “the art of stress free productivity”. On the first GTD seminar he attended, when most people in the room were worried about how to handle hundreds of emails or dozens of direct reports, James was just hoping GTD might make it possible to take on another project without his world falling apart. James has run several companies, been CEO of a family office with many direct reports, and expanded his corporate coaching and training into GTD work - all without losing the feeling of being in control and keeping an appropriate work/life balance to be able to spend quality time with his wife and daughter. James qualified as a certified GTD trainer in 2012, having worked directly with David Allen and his team and now is focussed solely on helping people learn and implement GTD into their lives. 📱Check out these links too: www.twitter.com/GTDintheUK www.facebook.com/nextaction www.linkedin.com/company/next-action-associates

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