We don't grow when things are easy we grow when we face challenges
the work of showing up, the work of doing, the work of being present
The idea of doing this work in a shop,
in a place for making, where work is shipped— changes everything.
Mostly, it changes you, and who you share it with
It moves you forward and helps you see what you’re actually capable of.
Is it really worth transitioning from Component to Feature teams? How much of a difference does it make? Find out in this Lego experiment.
We Agile Coaches, Advocates, and Practitioners, have a hand in the current state of agility in Australia, for better or worse. It is time for us, as a community, to own and lead the industry towards the next level.
During the workshop, we shall get a good grasp on current state of Agile implementation from the community’s perspective and how to progress from that.
Our goal is to have something valuable to bring back to the organisations we are working with/for.
Game theory proves PMOs don’t work. But what’s the Agile alternative?
In this session we simulate PMO as a poker game where everyone loses their shirts. We show how PMO suffers "N-Party Iterated Prisoners’ Dilemma" that generates a "Tragedy of the Commons” in the form of ever-growing technical debt.
We’ll try a Lean variation that only makes matters worse! Finally we’ll change the game to solve these problems using Goldratt’s throughput accounting and Stack’s open-book management.
When you look for inspiration in the Agile coaching community, the name Gordon Ramsay is probably not the first name to come to mind.
He has been known to be belligerent, condescending and downright rude, but underneath this brute facade is a treasure trove of skills and talents that influence change.
You want to get past the jargon, hype, religion and "methodology" of Agile, Lean and Design Thinking to make **real** changes in your organisation and the world. Yes. The world.
In this interactive session, you will learn how leading organizations go beyond
the implementation of agile as a means to improve their innovation capabilities
and are building innovation-driven cultures that are playful, collaborative and
For non-programmers programming hardware, work together to produce a single product
Experience how to scale with multiple teams in this practical workshop that programs Microbits with an easy to use tool, which enables even non-programmers to be awesome
This workshop is an organic journey for people to understand the key 'things' that are required for building a high performing team. People learn about "common objective" value of time, value of collaboration, value of practice, value of repetition, value of sharing, value of leadership, value of following, observation, value of pressure and value of accomplishment, value of team and value of being in an uncomfortable zone.
Pair programming has been around for many years but still few people have experienced it. Two people working together can generate more valuable work of greater quality than they can working separately. Gain some insights into this way of working by trying it yourself. We are going to experience this way of working just by using a pen. We will do a simple exercise and then discuss our experiences.