Going with Agile or Growing with Agile? Energile's Agile Ingredients To Build High Performing Teams and High Performing Organizations

Agile Transformation has been the proven game-changer towards the positive transformation in building high performing Agile culture embedded teams and the high performing organizations. Agile and live coaching can lead to better methods of continuous improvements in the journey of building and scaling up the teams’ high performance. This will help the organizations to enable high product development speed while maintaining a highly available service. Through right Agile ingredients and best proven practices and methodologies we can have the motivated people to build valuable quality products with ‘the speed to market’ mind set.

1.  Whether you are just beginning to adopt Agile or you have been practicing Agility for many years, through this participatory event, you will likely benefit from tips and hints to ramp up your Agile Implementation and Performance in your teams/organizations

2.  You will be able to explore and apply various Agile Ingredients, Best practices and techniques and methods through which we can evaluate team/organization’s performance, extract lessons learned, and make recommendations for the future.

3.  During this interactive session participants will learn how build teams and coaching/retrospective themes on the go which fits with team/organization’s needs and mood and also will have a Q&A session at the end

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Workshop

It will be a workshop style, participative, collaborative and engaging presentation. Audience will be engaged in the conversation and activities and take several key take aways. 

Participants will be able to explore and apply various Agile Ingredients, Best practices and techniques and methods through which we can evaluate team/organization’s performance, extract lessons learned, and make recommendations for the future.

During this interactive session participants will learn how build teams and coaching/retrospective themes on the go which fits with team/organization’s needs and mood and also will have a Q&A session at the end

Learning Outcome

Participants will be able to explore and apply various Agile Ingredients, Best practices and techniques and methods through which we can evaluate team/organization’s performance, extract lessons learned, and make recommendations for the future.

During this interactive session participants will learn how build teams and coaching/retrospective themes on the go which fits with team/organization’s needs and mood and also will have a Q&A session at the end

Target Audience

Anyone including Business Leads, Coaches, Scrum Masters, DevOps Engineers, Product Owners, Developers, Testers,

Prerequisites for Attendees

Whether you are just beginning to adopt Agile or you have been practicing Agility for many years, through this participatory event, you will likely benefit from tips and hints to ramp up your Agile Implementation and Performance in your teams/organizations

 

schedule Submitted 3 years ago

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