Arie van Bennekum discusses the changes needed to become agile, instead of doing Agile in order to be successful in an Agile endeavor.
Lisa Frazier discusses how to adapt as a leader in different contexts by leveraging Agile methods, sharing lessons learnt from rural and urban Australia and experiences from Silicon Valley start-ups.
Cameron Gough discusses Australia Post’s three phases of growth, the hurdles met, the solutions found, learnings, and the techniques that helped them grow, scale and change the organization.
Jeff Smith shares his experience bringing an Agile way of working to his own organization and to the greater IBM.
Ian Dugmore and Jonathan Smart tell the story of Agile transformation across Barclays, what they have done and how they’ve done it, and the challenges bringing about culture change.
Jeffrey Fredrick talks about how human psychology works against successful Agile adoption and that seeking excellence in Agile development requires difficult emotional work.
Chris Kruppa covers the reason for adopting Agile, why it is necessary and how organizations can inspire their teams to embrace Agile values without imposing it.
Shane Hastie examines the underlying drivers and motivation for adopting Agile, explores what an Agile mindset actually means and shows how to apply the ideas embodied in the Agile Manifesto.
Graham Dick takes a look at the role of the PM, challenging PMs to become active advocates for Agile by further developing facilitation skills and leading a revolution in their organization.
Mike Breeze and Ma Qiang share the story of a distributed team and its Agile transformation, placing individuals and interactions over processes and tools and avoiding the dark side of Agile.
Margaret Morgan discusses adopting an Agile mindset which is not only about IT delivery but also to maximize productivity, quality and responsiveness to changing markets and priorities.
David Mole discusses what happens to an organization when focusing on happiness and motivation as your key measures and all the other KPI’s take a backseat.