Oct. 15, 2014

News update 2014/10 - Why Coaching is Important

Coaching can make the difference between an organisation's success or failure. In this month's blog, Peter Hundermark outlines why effective coaching allows companies to admit their weaknesses and move towards a happier and more effective workplace. Read the full article here.




Kanban PrinciplesKanban Training


We have FOUR seats remaining on the upcoming Applying Kanban (Foundation) course taking place on the 20-21 Oct 2014 in Sandton. Be sure to book your place before these are snapped up. Should these dates not work for you, we will be running the course again on the 04-05 May 2015.

 
We also still have a few spaces available on our upcoming Improving & Scaling Kanban (Advanced) course which will be taking place in Sandton on the 23-24 Oct 2014. We are running a 3-for-2 special offer on both the certified Foundation and Advanced courses, so be sure to secure your place!

 




Interesting Links




InfoQ Publications

InfoQ have published the remaining two articles in the series from the short book “Leading Self-Organising Teams” written by Dr. Sigi Kaltenecker & Peter Hundermark. Have a read of these articles: “why do we need self-organising teams?” and “what is Leading Self-Organising Teams all about?




Q&A Teleconferences


Esther Derby is offering free Q&A teleconferencing sessions. Each month Esther chooses a topic which will be of interest to people who coach, manage, or work on software teams. Follow this link to sign up.







Upcoming Courses


Applying Kanban (Foundation) - (JHB) - Only 4 seats left!
20-21 Oct 2014
FNB Conference & Learning Centre, Sandton

 
Improving & Scaling Kanban (Advanced) - (JHB)
23-24 Oct 2014
FNB Conference & Learning Centre, Sandton

 
Certified Scrum Product Owner (JHB) - Fully booked!
04 - 05 Nov 2014
FNB Conference & Learning Centre, Sandton

 
Certified Scrum Master (JHB)
01-02 Dec 2014
FNB Conference & Learning Centre, Sandton

 

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