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I Wish Remote Work Was More Difficult

Isn’t it wonderful how everyone knows the best ways to work remote now?  Our diaspora from the office accelerated remote work practices and technology to truly rethink how we work and what we truly need.  What’s that?  Did you miss that memo?  Then let’s briefly explore the best ways we can work together anywhere in …

Focus on Flow in Retail

Do more with less! Retail is undergoing rapid change and is faced with unprecedented challenges. The need to be lean and disruptive is clear and urgent. How can this be achieved? How can more value-adding work be delivered and work made more predictable? Ben will talk through his stumbles and leaps to flow improvement mastery. …

Middle Managers’ – Their Future in a post-COVID19 Agile Organization

2020 Remote Work Trends research by Gallup shows that the number of employees working remotely doubled from 31% to 62%. Many remote workers, especially millennials have discovered that they are more productive from home than from the office. These happenings have re-defined what it means to be a manager, introducing new complexities that managers were …

Using non-verbal signs with your Agile teams

In the online environment, it is difficult to read body language because we only see faces and a small part of the body. How can we, with this limitation in visibility and boxed individuals looking at a screen, get the most out of the interactions with other people? In this session, we will explore how …

How Social is Your Leadership?

Leadership comes in many forms.  In this talk Sath will be sharing his journey into Social Leadership, its potential and how he adopted it’s mindset and behaviours whilst building and nurturing a knowledge sharing community of engineers across a population 000s in financial services.  We are in the Social Age.

Tips from the agile trenches

In 2001 the first book on Scrum was published. Since then thousands of people have been trained in scrum & other agile ways of working. In these 20 years, many people have gathered experience working with agile teams. This presentation is based on the book “tips from the agile trenches”, that collected wisdom from 89 …

Learning to unlearn igniting the thinking

‘Learning by doing’ is a commonly used phrase in agile training today, with at lot of focus on ‘having fun’– but what really is having fun? And how exactly do we as coaches make our sessions fun, apart from using all sorts of games and energizers? Inspired by sports coaching, I will explain 3 forms …

Underpants Gnomes in Kanban

If your Kanban implementation feels like Phase 1: Collect underpants; Phase 2: ? Phase 3: Profit, you’re not alone. In this session, you’ll learn how to detect Underpants Gnomes in your organization’s Kanban process, and how to combat them. We’ll investigate three concrete solutions—by-the-book, and beyond—and fill your toolbox with simple, proven strategies for restarting …