In this edition: Speaking in Central Europe; Coming to America; Out soon in print; Public workshops; Top posts; And finally…
Speaking in Central Europe
This comes to you today from Central Europe where I have just finished speaking at a company-internal conference. One Agendashift-related talk tweaked for the occasion, and another on DevOps written specially (which I hope to use again). It seems a good time to mention that I enjoy speaking at a wide variety of events both public and private – not just (Lean-)Agile conferences – and it’s always nice to be invited 🙂 Thank you Helen Beal and Steve Green at Ranger4 for setting this up.
On that note…
Coming to America
Next week I’m in the US, doing an evening meetup, a lunch & learn, a conference (TriAgile), and a Agendashift workshop, the last of those in association with the conference but not restricted to conference attendees. More info on all of those here. And a big thank you to my host, Kert Peterson.
Out soon in print
A sneak preview of something I’ll announce separately soon: the Agendashift book will soon be out in print – not just revised (for the 7th and final time) but with the addition a cool foreword. I’ll keep the identity of the foreword’s writer a surprise, but here are a couple of clues:
- “An impressive piece of culture technology”
- “Part framework and part engagement model, Agendashift is a rich composition of culture technology tools, a composition that forms a complete system.”
If you’d like to be notified of when this new version becomes available, ping me. Be aware that the existing e-book will be withdrawn from Leanpub as soon as the new versions are available for pre-order (on most major channels I’m told).
- 6th April, Raleigh, NC, USA: Core Agendashift
- 14-15 May, Munich, Germany: Advanced Agendashift
- 22-23 May, Cardiff, UK: Advanced Agendashift
For other events featuring myself &/or other Agendashift partners, see the events calendar. And of course we do private workshops, consulting, and coaching too.
- Going full circle on values
- Enabling the supermini assessment
- The Agendashift survey debrief: Alternate cuts
- Two new Featureban translations
From the archives:
- Introducing Kanban through its values (January 2013)
- Featureban 2.0 (June 2016)
- Incremental and iterative (February 2018)
- STATIK, Kanban’s hidden gem (March 2014)
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