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Welcome Turkey!

agile42 is expanding with activities in Turkey and last month we explained in Istanbul the vision of the company for this exciting market

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12 September 2014
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We travelled to Istanbul last month to meet the local community together with the new Country manager Ercan Küçüközen. The event has been really well organized and there has been quite some interest. Many different companies sent people to attend and there has been a very positive feedback. We have to thank AVEA one of our first customers in Turkey, since 2010, to have supported our initial event by offering to present the amazing results they have been able to achieve in the demand management since the introduction of Agile. Many local company are now looking at them ...

Dhaval Panchal joins agile42

Certified Scrum Coach and Trainer Dhaval Panchal is latest addition to the US coaching team of agile42

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Let me introduce Dhaval Panchal, our latest addition to the US coaching team. Dhaval and agile42 have known one another for many years and I first worked with Dhaval at the Agile2012 Coaches Corner: it was a huge success, and Dhaval excelled then as now in being fun to work with, calm under pressure and creative and inspirational in how he worked.

Dhaval is a Certified Scrum Coach and Certified Scrum Traner, making agile42 the only company in the world with 5 CSC/CSTs on the team. Something that says a lot about the quality of the whole organization.

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Co-location, no matter what?

Many people see co-location as a necessary condition to working in an Agile way, is this still the case today or has the world changed?

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28 August 2014
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It's common sense in the Agile community that co-location of teams is beneficial and many people see co-location as a necessary condition to working in an Agile way. Ten years ago this was definitely the case. But is this still the case today, or has the world changed? Are there scenarios where maybe other aspects are more important?

Why do/did we see co-location as essential?

A team works closely together to achieve their collective goals. Close collaboration is a key for fast and efficient problem solving. It creates a dynamic where the performance of a team as a ...

agile42 Insights: What Hinders High Performance on a Team?

This video of the “agile42 Insights” series sees our coaches explaining some of the problems that a team may face in the path of higher performance

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20 August 2014
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Check the opinion of coaches Jan Beaver, Dave Sharrock, Brad Swanson and Richard Dolman in this 2-part video you can watch on this page or on our YouTube channel. Here's the first part:



And the second part:

On Agile scaling in Dutch magazine Managersonline

Niels Verdonk published an article on scaling Agile on leading dutch management website Managersonline.nl

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13 August 2014
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I've had the occasion to publish an introduction to the subject of Agile scaling in Managersonline.nl, a leading Dutch management website. Click if you can read Dutch!

I've covered the basics of the SAFe, DAD and LESS approaches, as well as agile42's own Enterprise Transition Framework™ (ETF). This draws from the FAQ page on scaling you can found on this site as well, ETF with SAFe, DAD and large frameworks.

Managersonline.nl

How does an Agile way of working affect your Portfolio?

Our agile42 coaches discuss the topic of Agile portfolio management, highlighting its strengths and benefits

In this new compilation video we have asked some of agile42 coaches how Agile organizations deal with a large portfolio of projects.

Watch the full video here or on YouTube:

Sponsoring ProductCamp Berlin 2014

agile42 is the main sponsor of ProductCamp Berlin 2014 taking place on Saturday September 13th

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5 August 2014
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We are very proud to announce that after a successful ProductCamp in Vancouver with Dave Sharrock and Andrea Tomasini we are happy to support and sponsor ProductCamp Berlin 2014. It is the first and only unconference for product managers, product marketing managers, entrepreneurs and others with passions for product, online and IT, in the German capital.

ProductCamp Berlin

They expect 200 participants, and following the Barcamp idea of “no attendees, only participants”, they will actively engage in a day of workshops, discussions, networking and learning.

ProductCamp Berlin will take place at Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS on Saturday September 13th. Unfortunately registration is sold-out ...

Have an Agile summer…

Don't forget to be Agile on the beach!

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1 August 2014
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Thanks to our friend Fabio Delaiti for this photo taken on the island of Milos, Greece.

Notes from the Scrumtisch Berlin - July 14, 2014

Pictures of the question flipboards that were discussed during the Berlin Scrumtisch (Scrum User Group) on July 14th

Thanks to everybody who joined yesterday's Scrumtisch in Berlin. Here are some pictures of the flip charts produced during the Scrumtisch, in case you missed something!

Questions Collected

Scrumtisch Berlin July 14 - Agenda

 

Topics proposed and voted

Scrumtisch Berlin July 14 - Topics

 

Actionable items

Scrumtisch Berlin July 14 - Actionable items

 

More actionable items

Scrumtisch Berlin July 14 - More actionable items

 

Scrumtisch friends

Scrumtisch Berlin July 14 - Friends Scrumtisch Berlin July 14 - Friends 2

 

See you next time at the Scrumtisch, and make sure to follow @ScrumtischB  on Twitter

Agile2014 session on Smart Scaling: Finding the right approach for Enterprise Agile

Richard Dolman and Steve Spearman will discuss finding the right scaling approach for Enterprise Agile at Agile2014 in Orlando

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10 July 2014
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Are you looking for answers on scaling Agile but finding it hard to get unbiased information on the different options that are available? Well, this is the place to start that discovery!

This highly anticipated session is intended to help you answer the question: What is the right scaling approach for our organization?

We’ll explore the major scaling options together. We’ll help you understand some of the key differentiators and criteria for choosing an approach (or rolling your own!). After a quick overview of the major scaling frameworks, we'll present the concept of the Agile Scaling Knowledgebase ...

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