LAN’s April 2020 meetup will be 100% virtual using Zoom.* We have a great speaker Jim York who will share insights on building the right agile proficiencies(*Zoom link will
LAN’s April 2020 meetup will be 100% virtual using Zoom.* We have a great speaker Jim York who will share insights on building the right agile proficiencies
(*Zoom link will be shared with registered attendees)
You’ve taken the training, maybe even hired a coach, and run a few (or many) sprints. So, where are you going? The Agile Manifesto emphasizes the importance of continuous improvement. Does it also give us clear guidance as to the direction of improvement? Yes, it does. Despite being non-prescriptive in practices, the Agile Manifesto is quite clear in proficiencies. You might even argue that big “A” agile is defined by these proficiencies. If your team hasn’t yet attained these proficiencies, can you legitimately claim “Agility”? So what are these proficiencies?
Let’s take a look at what the Agile Manifesto says and how these proficiencies might inform your Agile journey.
About the speaker:
Jim helps individuals, teams and organizations achieve their goals. For over 25 years, Jim has mentored and coached leaders and teams at all levels of the organization. Jim’s coaching and interactive workshops cultivate the skills and qualities needed to direct, support, and build effective teams. Jim holds both Certified Agile Coach credentials (Certified Enterprise Coach and Certified Team Coach℠) and the Certified Scrum Trainer® credential from the Scrum Alliance, one of only a small number of individuals worldwide to hold all three top level certifications. Jim is also a licensed facilitator for the Agile Fluency™ Suite, a Certified LeSS Practitioner, and an Innovation Games® Facilitator. In 2007, he cofounded FoxHedge Ltd (http://foxhedgeltd.com) with his wife, Melissa York. Their mission is to help leaders and their teams support successful outcomes for their customers and organization
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