Thank you to the sponsors of this year’s Agile Tour London. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the Agile Tour London 2019, please contact us to learn about the opportunities.
Aginext is our flagship conference — two days, four tracks, all focused on scaling agile. Aginext is also a community that sponsors Agile Tour London, Meetups, and a virtual Slack community for attendees.
Scrum Alliance is a membership organization that encourages and supports the widespread adoption and effective practice of Scrum. You can get Scrum Alliance Education Units (SEUs) by attending Aginext.
Methods & Tools is a free monthly e-magazine providing practical expert knowledge for software development professionals, giving software development ideas more than one page to express themselves.
InfoQ, a news and community site with content currently published in English, French, Chinese, Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese, empowers software developers to be agents of change in their industries.
Agile Tour London is first and foremost about community. If you organise a meetup or other group and would like to support our forward-thinking agile community, please connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A better future of work depends on our self-awareness and ability to stop working in organisations where shareholder profits trump people and purpose. We believe that You and your ability to act, to lead change and to manage in your companies the way to change the future of work. Management is a collective responsibility and not just the responsibility of a select few.
We’re a friendly and welcoming diverse group of people who meet for gamified interactive learning, workshops, and talks about the future of work. We work together to learn how we can develop and transform ourselves, our teams and our organisations to be more aware, engaged, purpose-led, and impactful.
The challenges of a complex world call for management and leadership that embrace complexity and systemic thinking, and that “manage the system, not the people”.
We run regular meet ups geared towards information and knowledge sharing. We have a strong focus on agile delivery, so many of our meetups reflect being and doing agile from a delivery and project management perspective. We often have major speakers take the stage, lively Q&A’s, games workshops for learning and other events all oriented around creating an active professional community where we can learn and share with each other.
We’re a friendly group of professionals with a mixed level of experience, and we do our best to ensure that discussions are kept lively and fun.
DPML are proud supporters of Agnostic Agile: http://agnosticagile.org (http://agnosticagile.org/)
Aimed at professionals within the web industry who have an interest in software development and computer science. Regular meetups usually happening the last Tuesday of every month.