June 21, 2018

Join us at Agile2018: Explore and expand your agile toolbox

Let us expand our agile toolbox, explore how agile can help, and experience Agile2018 together. 

Bringing together an international community of enthusiastic Agilists, Agile2018 is the world’s largest agile software conference - organized by Agile Alliance in North America.

agile42 will be heading to sunny San Diego, California to join over 2000 attendees from 40+ countries at Agile2018. Together, we will continue to explore and add to the ever-growing toolbox that makes Agile successful. Our goal is to invite the community to challenge their status quo, to act on their passion for learning, and to have fun while continuously improving their organization. 

Depending on what you want to add to your agile toolbox, join us for one or both of our two talks:

Tool #1: How to hit a deadline without forcing work on your team?

If you want to learn how to meet deadlines with an agile team that is uncertain about what they can deliver, join Dave Sharrock’s talk: Epic Budgeting (-or- How Agile Teams Meet Deadlines?). During this session, you will learn how Product Owners and their teams can work towards a fixed date or budget by applying double loop learning to epic sizing and breakdown. Emerge feeling confident that you can create a long-term product delivery roadmap which includes an estimate of delivery date.

Tool #2: How to develop and grow a healthy agile culture?

A Mission, Vision, and Values (MVV) statement is much more powerful than imagined. It is the foundation for a healthy agile culture, which is imperative to the agile transformation. When things become tough during the transformation (from struggling teams to looming deadlines), we lean into this culture for support. If you want to learn the “what, why, and how” of developing your own MVV statement, join Melissa Boggs’ talk: Lowering the Waterline of Your Culture Iceberg with Mission, Vision, and Values

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Come prepared with your questions and expect some tales from real companies plus a few lighthearted moments. ;)

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Hazel Wong

Marketing Assistant at agile42. Passionate about gaining insights from data in order to create content that resonates with the audience. Eager to help teams and companies open their mindset about the application of agile methods to address their challenges.
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Hazel Wong

Marketing Assistant at agile42. Passionate about gaining insights from data in order to create content that resonates with the audience. Eager to help teams and companies open their mindset about the application of agile methods to address their challenges.

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