Our continuing mission is to go where no Agilist has gone before. Each month we’re pushing the boundaries of Agile: into the enterprise, into the Social Sciences, into the future! With your host: CIO turned Agilist turned Futurist, Maurice Hagar!
Agile is less and less about “individuals and interactions,” and more about processes, tools, and even command-and-control management. The good news is that today's guest at Agile on the Edge can tell us why and what to do about it!
Tales from the Agile transformation trenches. This was a popular panel discussion at the 2019 NC Technology Association's Leadership Summit. Featuring Agile transformation leaders Maurice Hagar (Solution-Focused Agile), Chris Hart (Levvel), Jerome Ruwe (Fidelity), and Binu Thomas (MetLife).
You might be doing Agile all wrong, backwards, upside down. So says one of my favorite authors, a technology executive and thought-leader, truly pushing the boundaries of Agile across the enterprise and into the future, from somewhere in the north of England, Mike Burrows!
Agile transformation leaders don't know the first thing about organizational change...I want to talk to an Agilist who does know a thing or two about change, who just wrote the book 7 Rules for Positive, Productive Change, Esther Derby.
“We are now in the ‘post-Agile’ age…the explorers and innovators have moved on.” So says our very special guest, co-creator of the Agile Manifesto, Dr. Alistair Cockburn. In this inaugural episode of Agile on the Edge we explore post-Agile frameworks and techniques, including Heart of Agile and Solution-Focused Agile.…