Agile Everywhere: fuel your entire organization with Agile

Agile Everywhere is a panel presentation and discussion of how Agile philosophy and methods throughout an organization provides a competitive advantage as well as a more transparent and happier working environment.

Agile practitioners will speak on how embracing Agile in non-software activities have enabled Myplanet to distinguish itself from its competitors, provide value, and create a unique and vibrant workplace. 


Outline/Structure of the Panel

The session will consist of a panel style presentation focusing on business activities including:

  • Executive strategy and vision
  • Design and creative activities
  • Company administration 

Following the presentation, a moderated Q&A session will be offered.

Learning Outcome

  1. Participants will see how Agile principles can inform the processes across most areas of business activity
  2. Participants will be able to explore how Agile can transform their entire organization
  3. Participants may gather new ways to implement effective change within their own organization
  4. Participants will garner actionable next steps to begin transforming their organization right away.

Target Audience

Managers, C-level, entrepreneurs

schedule Submitted 3 years ago

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