April 12, 2018

Agile, Entropy and Human Systems

Video and slides from the talk presented by Joanne Perold at Agile Days Istanbul 2018

I have been thinking a great deal about human systems, what makes them tick, what helps them be better and what gets in their way. In this talk, I will dig into human systems, entropy and agile. I will explore the things that I believe can help human systems to be better and share the things that I have seen yield results.

This has been topic of the presentation Agile, Entropy and Human Systems  I delivered at Agile Days Istanbul 2018, a great event that covered Agile Leadership, Agile for IT-Teams, IT Agility and much more, sponsored by agile42. Here are the slides and the video thanks to Open Agile Turkey:



And it's been a great chance to meet the team of agile42 Turkey!

Joanne Perold and agile42 Turkey team at Agile Days Istanbul 2018


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Joanne Perold

Agile Coach in South Africa. Explorer, learner, experiencer, part time philosopher, working with teams and organisations to be more agile.
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Joanne Perold

Agile Coach in South Africa. Explorer, learner, experiencer, part time philosopher, working with teams and organisations to be more agile.

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