Webinar Series: Scaling Agile Effectively

Agile CycleNet Objectives gets straight to the point when it comes to describing Agile, reminding us that it’s not about iterations, teams, co-location or any of the ways it may be implemented. Instead, Agile is about the fast delivery of business value in a predictable, repeatable manner.

With this perspective in mind, join Al Shalloway, CEO of Net Objectives (a LeanKit partner), for a new webinar series on Effective Agile at Scale. Al offers insights into what it takes to achieve Agile at scale, regardless of the approach your organization is following to get there.

In the first webinar of the series, An Executive’s Guide to Agile, (April 22 at 9 a.m. PT) you’ll learn about Net Objectives’ business driven software development approach to Agile, including how to identify the most important value to deliver and how to allocate your capacity to deliver it.

The second webinar focuses on The Challenges of Team-Based or Evolutionary-Based Methods in Achieving Agile at Scale. Al discusses why it’s time to embark on a transition to Lean-Agile methods that focuses on systems thinking and attending to flow.

These two sessions provide the background learning for the rest of the series, which delves deeper into what is required for Agile to be effective at scale. Net Objectives is also providing a parallel series designed for organizations implementing the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe).

Some of the topics you’ll learn about include the need to drive from business valuemake all work visibleeliminate waste and more.

To learn more about the webinar series and register, click here.

Liz Llewellyn-Maxwell

Liz is the Corporate Communications Director at LeanKit, where she manages branding, communications and PR. A self-actualizing grammar nerd (and fan of rebellious design), Liz omits the Oxford comma about 92 percent of the time. Sometimes, she tweets at @lizzie6ls.

One thought on “Webinar Series: Scaling Agile Effectively

  1. Thanks for this awesome post agile development becomes an organizational change management exercise that has little do with Agile itself. Doing agile at the team level is fine and we can do bottoms up approach. We may even be able to expand out to QA teams and others.

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