Agendashift roundup, February 2018

In this edition: Our first Advanced workshop, and trips to the US, Germany, and Poland; Scrum and Kanban revisited, revisited; 15-minute FOTO, updated; Top posts

Our first Advanced workshop, and trips to the US, Germany, and Poland

Earlier this month we held the first 2-day Advanced Agendashift workshop “Coaching and Leading Continuous Transformation”. To say that it went well would be an understatement – see the write-up here.

Among the events in our calendar are two more of these 2-day workshops (Munich and Cardiff) and one 1-day Core workshop (Raleigh):

You may have spotted (i) that I appear to have a free day in Raleigh on April 4th, and (ii) that there isn’t yet a Poland workshop in the calendar after ACE! 2018. If you have ideas for either of those, get in touch. Behind the scenes, we’re also working hard on opportunities for private workshops.

Scrum and Kanban revisited, revisited

The most popular blog post of 2017 revisited this month in webinar form:

A big thank you to Mahesh and the team at Digité for hosting.

15-minute FOTO, updated

We have released some improvements to the cue card for our Creative Commons-licensed, Clean Language-inspired coaching game, 15-minute FOTO. Details here:

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