Aug. 22, 2017

Certified Agile Leadership comes to Vancouver

First part of the Scrum Alliance Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) program will be available in Vancouver on 28-30 August 2017 with agile42 coaches

Being a manager in an agile environment is a challenging job. You know on one hand, that self-organizing teams are essential in order to succeed but, on the other hand, it feels a little uncomfortable not to be totally in control about what is going on. Maybe you have also questioned your own position and relevance now that the agile train has started rolling. You are met by expectations from your peers and employer to be on top of things, and you are told by your team members to back off and get out of their way. Life is not that easy for you, is it?

The Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) is the Scrum Alliance educational program for people like you. It’s been developed by coaches who are affiliated with Scrum Alliance as a two-level certification program. It has learning objectives in five areas, which are: The Context for Agile, Agile Overview, Leadership in an Agile Context, The Agile Organizationand Agile Approaches to Change.

The first leg of the CAL program, a 2-and-a-half day workshop, comes for the first time to Vancouver, starting August 28th.

The CAL program aims at providing you the best possible frameworks and tools in order to foster an agile culture for high performance in your organization. It will help you and your company to BE agile in stead of just DO agile.

Learn more and reserve your seat.

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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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Richard Dolman

Agile pragmatist, evangelist, coach, trainer, practitioner, explorer and learner…

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