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Lessons Learned Implementing Activity-based Working alongside Agile at Bankwest
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| by Ed Cortis Follow 0 Followers on Oct 09, 2013 |
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Summary
Ed Cortis shares lessons learned adopting ABW, covering the pilot program, noise/quiet spaces, tools, curtains, card walls, people, logistics, etc.

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Ed Cortis is Head of Solution Delivery, Bankwest. Following one of the hottest trends in architecture in August 2012, Bankwest joined Macquarie, Microsoft, CBA, NAB and others when it moved into the custom-built Bankwest Place by implementing Activity Based Working (ABW), consolidating four locations and teams of staff into one 'super-location'.

Agile Australia is the national Australian conference on Agile, attracting over 850 delegates in 2013. In its fifth year, the conference was themed Accelerate Innovation and featured thought leaders on innovation and business, including Dave Snowden, Bjarte Bogsnes and Ryan Martens. Agile Australia 2013 was sponsored by Rally, ThoughtWorks, IBM, Telstra, and Atlassian and is managed by SlatteryIT.

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