(Slides) Would you fly in a plane designed by a creative worker or would you prefer it designed by an engineer? Engineering is the application of iterative, empirical, practical science to real-world problems. Artisanship is a wonderful thing, but somewhere along the way, the term ‘Software Engineering’ has gained a bad reputation. …Click for more information
(Slides) Agile Leadership is its own unique flavour of natural leadership when power is not given with a title but taken by a person based on his/her inner abilities. We use Servant Leadership or Powerless Leader to emphasize this difference. If we look deeper into the biology and neuroscience of leadership we might …Click for more information
(Slides) In this lively session you’ll discover something new about:
– the nature of networks and networking
– how others do their networking
– the networking approach that’s best for you
If you’re already curious about Clean Language and metaphor, this networking workshop offers you an opportunity to play with them in the wild. And if you …
Eighteen months ago in Ireland, Johnson Controls launched an accelerator program to incubate a new business unit within their organisation. Using lean and agile principles, a security platform for smart buildings has emerged from combining Internet of Things sensor data with machine learning insights.
In this session I’ll share my experiences managing rapid organisational growth while …
A Wardley Map visualises the customer value chain and determines the maturity of each component in the chain. It provides an understanding of how value is being delivered to your customers, and helps determine where to focus your team’s attention to ensure your organisation’s competitiveness.
In this workshop we’ll create a Wardley Map for a fictitious …
(Slides) Large organisations are now adopting agility, yet there is still a divide between those setting the strategy and those delivering on that strategy.
Organisations are adopting agile practices with high expectations of immediate and impactful results. However, in most cases, the transformation begins and ends at the delivery level of the organisation.
Why is …
(Slides) ‘SAFe is a cancer and parasite on the heart and soul of Agile’ can be found in blogs and LinkedIn articles. Contrarily, The State of Agile Report just published that SAFe — the Scaled Agile Framework — continues to be the most popular scaling method, covering 30 percent of the ‘agile at scale’ …Click for more information
(Slides) Many people talk about agile management, self-organizing teams, organizations without managers, but do they really exist?
Yes, they do! I am the CEO of Management 3.0, and I have no say as a manager about how we manage our small company. I am just one of the team members, the company (including me!) …
Be challenged, explore different ways of working and leave with actions you can put in place straight away
How a focus on happy employees can drive results – the framework that makes this happen
Discover when people work at their best, and simple steps to enable that
How to increase trust and ownership, within clear guidelines
Become more of …
(Slides) There’s a wealth of ideas, advice and courses on Agile Leadership with lofty ideals, aspirations and principles. However there is very little on what trying to lead in Agile ways is like in practice, particularly when operating in a traditional space.
Drawing from his personal experiences of being an Agile Leader, Jeremy will …
Frankly, do you even know your colleagues and your teammates?
Mind mapping is a simple but powerful technique that allows anyone to visualize the relationship between concepts. Personal maps are a way to note down and visualize some information about a person. By creating a personal map, you make an effort to better understand that …
Sadly, all too often, Agile is all talk. The true meaning of Agile gets lost amidst such rhetoric and handwaving from Agile careerists and practitioners alike.
To truly understand what being Agile means and all the benefits that it brings, we need to experience it for ourselves. To live it, breathe it and really feel it.
As …Click for more information
(Slides) This session revisits some of the fundamentals of user stories and the vacuum between what a user wants versus what is actually delivered.
A lot of time and money in organisations is wasted on building things users don’t want — and that’s a big problem. We need to learn to overcome confusion, clarify customer …
The Aginext Community hosts monthly Virtual Agile Lean Coffees in partnership with the Lean Digital Meetup. In another networking experiment, this year’s #ATLDN will include a hybrid lean coffee, where we will invite not only attendees but those that can only join virtually.
Sign up here (whether you are attending …Click for more information
(Slides) All too often strategy is a static powerpoint that goes out of date and gives little indication of the “why of movement”. Incorporating thinking from Simon Wardley, this visualisation practice ensures the why of movement is visible and understood so that teams have context and can align more easily to a shared …Click for more information
(Slides) This transformation (oh, yeah, this one transformation), the agile/digital/business/put-your-buzzword-here Transformation your company is going through. This transformation is like a tidal wave moving forward and flooding each department and area of your enterprise. And we, the change agents, are nurturing these waves and taking care of the “surfers”, while navigating the troubled …Click for more information
Hosted by Dean Latchana, this great line-up of agilists will answer your questions and discuss their thoughts and …Click for more information
Your team is full of people who are good to work with, right? But wherever you are in your agile journey, could there be subtle, everyday behaviours that undermine trust and prevent you from achieving your full potential?
Based on comedy improvisation, this is a fun, full-participation workshop exploring how people behave at work. You’ll learn …
(Slides) Leading a project within a VUCA world — one filled with volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity — requires the shift from resisting change to seeking and embracing it. Over the last couple of years, at Selleo — a mid-sized Polish software development company — we’ve applied several concepts to react and triumph in today’s agile …Click for more information
(Slides) Masters, Coaches, and even Train Engineers — so many titles and even more opinions on the roles an Agile Practitioner could play.
And yet with so many titles to play with the understanding of them varies dramatically.
Working with the Org. charts has been an integral part of my transformation experience, and I’m keen …
(Slides) Is your organisation running an Agile Transformation right now? If so, it is most likely costing millions and will not deliver a fraction of the benefits promised by the consultants. In short, it is probably on the road to failure…
As a seasoned ‘Agile trouble-shooter’, with over 20 years’ experience in delivering transformative …
Join us in this hands on networking session where you will collaborate with other attendees to reflect on key topics from this years conference. Participants will work in teams to discuss and review agile themes from this years conference.
This game will give you a new and fun way to facilitate a retrospective, as well as …Click for more information
(Slides) User stories are a tool that helps software teams understand what a customer needs. So what happens when they are written badly, or misleading? The wrong things get built, there is confusion and wastage. In this talk, find out how to write great user stories that get everyone working together to build …Click for more information
(Slides) Does creating change seem like a constant uphill struggle? Are you blocked by relentless resistance? Do you feel lost and alone in your efforts to create positive change?
It turns out change need not be full of pain and suffering. What’s more, the pain can be managed and the suffering is purely optional.
New for 2019 is a session dedicated to Lightning Talks by the Attendees of the Agile Tour London 2019! Each speaker has just five minutes to deliver fantastic content to support your Agile journey.
Han Cork – How a small team can make a big difference
Adam Timlett – Agility and a model of Fractal Risk
Ritika Singh …
Make the most of #ATLDN by networking between sessions. Throughout the conference day, we will be experimenting with different ways of networking. There will be organised activities, ‘Ask Me About…’ stickers, and games and activities available in our Networking HQ. Strike up an agile conversation or a laugh over a collaborative or competitive game of …Click for more information
(Slides) For recruitment experts and development teams seeking new team members to expand the team skills, both from a technical and mindset perspective, the traditional hiring procedure is most of the times bureaucratic and slow. Moreover, the usual hiring process in most of the companies shows little respect for applicants, making them wait …Click for more information
(Slides) Everyone is undergoing “transformation” these days. However, what does that really mean? And what does it mean for your people, if you’re a manager?
Steve will talk about the initial management of software and how it evolved to Agile, and then discuss in depth the common issues with “Agile”, and how this has …
(Slides) The purpose of the talk is to get the audience to think about whether what they are doing within their organisation, is genuine agile, or whether it is simply agile theatre.
I pose the question “Is everything about agile, or is it only part of the whole picture?” I also ask “What must …
What would be made possible if you could unleash the intelligence and creativity of everyone? Liberating Structures are a collection of easy-to-learn group interaction patterns that make this possible. They’re field tested, rooted in complexity science and freely shared under a creative commons licence.
Through this workshop, participants will gain hands-on experience of several Liberating Structures …
The whole point of digital-supported transformation is to obliterate hierarchy and resistance to change. To achieve this, agile leaders for the digital era are urgently required.
In an environment characterised by dynamic change and digital disruption, the need for organisations to #AdaptOrDie is now widely accepted by most senior executives.
The argument ‘WHY transform’ has been won, …
Finding it difficult to get the communication and networking going on in workshops and meetings, welcome to the world of check-in activities!! These are brief, non threatening, fun and information sharing activities performed by each member in a group, the purpose of which is to get a group together. There are a bunch of activities …Click for more information
(Slides) According to the global Annual State of Agile Survey by VersionOne, the biggest challenge facing agile adoption is the ‘misalignment between organisational culture and agile values’. In other words, agile adoption is only possible in an ‘agile friendly’ culture. If agile values go against the organisational culture or DNA, then agile practices …Click for more information
(Slides) If any of your team members was born after 1985, this talk is for you!
When you’re trying to implement Agile practices, it can be hard getting Millennials on board. But why is that, and how can you deal with it?
In this session we will understand the Y generation’s characteristics, and get practical …
(Slides) At Totaljobs Group we scaled delivery from 15 Scrum teams to 27 Scrum teams in three years. Doing this required changes at all levels to empower teams and tribes to deliver great features. This is my journey showing how the role of the leader changes to support this.Click for more information