Aug. 13, 2015

agile42 participates in the Learning Consortium

We are one of the 12 companies sharing innovative practices as part of the Learning Consortium for the Creative Economy presented by Scrum Alliance

At agile42 we are really excited to be one of the twelve companies participating in Learning Consortium, led by the Scrum Alliance. The purpose of this consortium is to bring together pioneers in applying innovative management practices associated with the emerging creative economy, such as goals, values and practices of Scrum.

Learning Consortium

Members of the Consortium will select five organizations and arrange a one-day site visit to each. The host organization will present and discuss its innovative management practices with participants at each site visit. Once the visits are complete, Scrum Alliance will organize a conference where the Learning Consortium will present and discuss what has been learned. These findings will then be published at the end of the year in an exclusive report.

On the third Wednesday of each month Scrum Alliance will host a monthly webinar to give a brief update on the progress of the Learning Consortium, and explore new and radical management practices with host Steve Denning and renowned management experts. Go to the Scrum Alliance site to view past webinars and register for upcoming webinars.

agile42 is proud to have been selected by Learning Consortium members for a site visit. We will be sharing our innovative practices and our approach towards maintaining our cutting edge, leading position as The Agile Coaching Company.

The Creative Economy thrives on the ethos of imagination, exploration, experimentation, discovery and collaboration.  Our company values human connections and takes a principles-and-values approach to serving it's customers. Our journey so far, has been an adventure; we have challenged the norms of what it takes to build and grow a successful business. This year we celebrate our ten-year anniversary; from our origins in Germany to South Africa, Turkey, Canada and the US. We feel privileged to serve a global community.

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Dhaval Panchal

Dhaval Panchal is a Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and Innovation Games Facilitator. Dhaval brings results oriented, people centric perspective while training and coaching. He is often described as creative simplifier who is able to navigate through variety of challenging contexts. Dhaval is a frequent presenter at international conferences.
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Dave Sharrock

Agile coach passionate about getting things done; helping teams exceed expectations, delivering organizational excellence, and all while having fun doing what they do.
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Dhaval Panchal

Dhaval Panchal is a Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and Innovation Games Facilitator. Dhaval brings results oriented, people centric perspective while training and coaching. He is often described as creative simplifier who is able to navigate through variety of challenging contexts. Dhaval is a frequent presenter at international conferences.
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Dave Sharrock

Agile coach passionate about getting things done; helping teams exceed expectations, delivering organizational excellence, and all while having fun doing what they do.

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