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agile42 announces partnership with Cognitive Edge

agile42 will be a key partner in the Cynefin Centre’s forthcoming action research programmes on user requirement capture and project management

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13 April 2016
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General
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cynefin

The Cynefin CentreDave Snowden is a great friend of us, we welcomed him during the agile42 Connect days last November. He's been our guest during one of our latest coach camps in Berlin when we investigated the possibility for him to become an advisor to agile42 on strategy and also to create a more formal partnership. This will allow our operational use of SenseMaker® and also participation in some of the research programmes he will shortly be launching from The Cynefin Centre.

We can now announce that we will work together to create an instance of SenseMaker® to support agile42 work ...

Mike Caspar joining agile42

Mike Caspar is joining agile42 as an Agile coach in Canada and North America

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9 June 2014
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General

I'm happy to introduce to the agile42 community Mike Caspar, our first coach in Canada.

I first met Mike in Atlanta, at the Scrum Gathering in 2012, travelling out to the airport together. When you meet Mike, you will find a personable coach, quick to laugh, with plenty of stories and anecdotes. Mike also shows a strong, principled approach to Scrum and Agile, while having a knack for bringing smiles and laughter to the tough business of cultural change. He has extensive experience introducing agile in small and large organizations, and continues to code, using the practices we introduce ...

agile42 Summer Reading List : Quiz

Here is your chance to win one of the books on the Summer Reading List!

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12 August 2013
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General

Dear friends of agile42,

Recently we posted our Summer Reading List, a collection of books compiled by our coaches of which we thought should be in your bag while you were heading out for the summer.

Now we offer you a chance to win the books by participating in a twitter quiz. We will post questions on twitter with the hashtag "#a42quiz".

The rules are simple:

  1. You need to reply with the right answer and the hashtag "#a42quiz".
  2. You will have 24 hours to enter the competition, to allow all timezones to participate.
  3. We will randoly select the winner from ...

Don't Panic!

Sometimes the most important thing I want to say to a manager or a Scrum master is, "Hey, calm down. Don't Panic!"

Sometimes the most important thing I want to say to a manager or a Scrum master is, "Hey, calm down. Don't Panic!"

Or as the Agile Manifesto folks said, "take some time to reflect."

I've watched Scrum masters and managers running around, and I picture them nervously clutching a clipboard crossing off items on a detailed plan to "do something."  (To be fair I haven’t seen an actual clipboard since I was the nervous, novice Scrum master running around with one!)

I know you want to do something.

And, here’s what you can do. Trust the ...

agile42 @ Agile2012 in Texas!

Visit us at the Agile2012 conference in Dallas, Texas!

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30 July 2012
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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 ...

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
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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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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
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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
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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.

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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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