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Scrumtisch Berlin November 2012

Hello All, it's time again for the next Scrumtisch....

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30 October 2012
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Scrumtisch Berlin
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agile development, scrumtsch

Hello All,

it's time again for the next Scrumtisch. I think it will be the last one this year ;-)

  • Date: 15. Novembet 2012
  • Time: 18:30 
  • Place (new!): Cafe Restaurant Deseo, Boxhagener Str. 108, http://www.deseo-restaurant.de/


Looking forward to seeing you all! 
(If you would like to attend, please send an email to scrumtisch@agile42.com, or register at the scrum user group on Xing :-)

Marion

 

Agile Leadership

The survival of corporations in today’s competitive environment depends on new management thinking.

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4 October 2012
In
Agile with a Purpose, agile
Tags
agile leadership, leadership

“Skills shortage” is an awkward phrase, but the issue it describes is relevant for many companies. Finding the employees you need is hard. Next, you want to keep them. Money alone doesn’t make them happy. Knowledge workers expect more from a job than "just" being paid well. Attractive work environments allow their employees to work autonomously. The required responsibility needs to be encouraged by managers who change their own ways first. They have to go from classic "managing" to "agile leading".

stagnation-change-revolution

The introduction of agile thinking and practice is a proven way to align autonomous work with your company ...

Scrumtisch Berlin, August 2012

See you at the next Scrumtisch session!

On
16 August 2012
In
Scrumtisch Berlin
Tags
berlin, scrumtisch

Hello All,

we hope you've had a nice sommer and still have! :) We would like to invite you to an end-of-summer Scrumtisch session in Berlin, which this time will take place at a new location:

  • Date: 29. August 2012
  • Time: 18:30 
  • Place (new!): Cafe Restaurant Deseo, Boxhagener Str. 108, http://www.deseo-restaurant.de/


Looking forward to seeing you all! 
(If you would like to attend, please send an email to scrumtisch@agile42.com, or register at the scrum user group on Xing :-)

Marion

 

agile42 @ Agile2012 in Texas!

Visit us at the Agile2012 conference in Dallas, Texas!

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30 July 2012
In
General, agile, kanban

agile42 will participate in this year's Agile2012 conference in Dallas, Texas, presented by the Agile Alliance!
Make sure to visit us at "… the world’s largest conference for Agile teams, developers, managers, and executives. Experience the full array of Agile development methodologies, technologies and tools, leadership principles, and management philosophies and processes. Select from over 200 talks, tutorials, and workshops, then return home with transformative new skills, ideas and perspectives that you can put into practice immediately" (see http://agile2012.agilealliance.org/)!

 

Here's a list of what agile42 will present at the conference:

  • On Tuesday 14th at 13 ...

Professional help with the switch to agile methods

Agile product development and agile project management bring about rapid realisation of objectives, whilst delivering exactly the result with the greatest possible commercial benefit. Ensuring a smooth switch to agile processes calls for professional support: coaches with extensive project experience and certified trainers are on hand to support teams and companies of all sizes through this change – worldwide, and with customised coaching.

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11 June 2012
In
Press

(Deutsche Version, s. u.)

Berlin, 11 June 2012 – Agile methods and agile development of software and hardware bring great flexibility, whilst being leaner than traditional models. Instead of defining the full details of a project in advance via sets of specifications, under the agile approach it is only the next key stage that is targeted. The individual stages (sprints) rarely last more than two weeks, meaning that it is easy to maintain an overview at all times. Adaptations – which are necessary on all major development projects as they progress – can be implemented more easily using this empirical approach than using ...

Agile Reading Glasses - Iterative and Incremental

Agility is often misunderstood and misinterpreted. To understand what's behind agility, you need Agile Reading Glasses.

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11 May 2012
In
General, agile, Lean Management

Agility is misunderstood and miss misinterpret many times. In order to undersand whats behind agility you need some Agile Reading Glasses :-)

The Agile Reading Glasses are assembled by 4 main parts:

This video is the last part of the Agile Reading Glasses.

Agile Reading Glasses - Iterative & Incremental

 

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Agile Reading Glasses: Lean Thinking

Agility is often misunderstood and misinterpreted. To understand what's behind agility, you need Agile Reading Glasses.

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11 May 2012
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General, agile, Lean Management
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youtube

Agility is often misunderstood and misinterpreted, in order to understand what’s behind agility you need what we call the Agile Reading Glasses. The Agile Reading Glasses are assembled by 4 main parts:

This video featuring our strategic coach Andrea Tomasini is the third part of the Agile Reading Glasses video presentation available here and on our YouTube channel.

 

For more information please contact us.

Agile Reading Glasses - Pull Principle

Agility is often misunderstood and misinterpreted. To understand what's behind agility, you need Agile Reading Glasses.

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11 May 2012
In
General, agile, Lean Management

Agility is misunderstood and miss misinterpret many times. In order to undersand whats behind agility you need some Agile Reading Glasses :-)

The Agile Reading Glasses are assembled by 4 main parts:

This video is the second part of the Agile Reading Glasses.

Agile Reading Glasses - Pull Principle 


 

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Agile Reading Glasses - Empirical Process Control

Agility is often misunderstood and misinterpreted. To understand what's behind agility, you need Agile Reading Glasses.

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11 May 2012
In
General, agile, Lean Management

Agility is misunderstood and misinterpreted many times. In order to understand what's behind agility you need some Agile Reading Glasses :-)

The Agile Reading Glasses are assembled by 4 main parts:

This video is the first part of the Agile Reading Glasses.

Agile Reading Glasses - Empirical Process Control 

 

For more information please contact us.

Customer Capitalism

In April 2012 Andrea Tomasini had a Keynote at the Lifecycle Conference in Munich. He started his presentation with some information about Customer Capitalism.

On
10 May 2012
In
General, agile, Lean Management, Press

In April 2012 Andrea Tomasini had a Keynote at the Lifecycle Conference in Munich. He started his presentation with some information about Customer Capitalism and what are the changes in the business world over the past years?

A large number of economists, sociologists and even historians are dealing with this
question. And certainly they have the proper qualification to analyze the various farreaching dimensions of the changes. Our point of view is far more pragmatic. We describe the changes from the perspectives of Managers and Entrepreneurs, trying to give a holistic picture of the “What” and “Why”.
Let’s ...

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