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AgileTODAY: The voice of the Agile Australia community.

AgileTODAY is an online blog and free print quarterly magazine that serves as the beating pulse of the Agile Australia community.

The AgileAus Holiday Reading Guide

There’s no better time than the holiday break to kick back and relax with a book! Whether you’re looking for poolside reads, inspiring stories, or books to help you step into 2019 with your best foot forward – we have you covered! Plus, check out some recommended reads from members of the AgileAus community.

Building the AgileAus19 program

AgileAus19 is to be held on 25-26 June 2019 at the Hilton Sydney and we are busily working with the AgileAus community to explore better ways of creating a Conference program that represents the depth and breadth of the Australian Agile community. Have experimented...

Why Mindset is Driving the Age Of Agile

 Guest post by Steve Denning, author of The Age of Agile.Steve Denning was a keynote speaker at AgileAus18 and is the author of The Age of Agile. This article was first published by Forbes on 20 August 2018. © Stephen Denning, 2018. All rights reservedAs noted in my...

“Kindness is a muscle that needs to be exercised.”

Author and broadcaster Julia Baird treated AgileAus 17 attendees to a wildcard session on her intriguing approach to leadership. In her surprise talk, Julia challenged the assumption that extroverts are the best leaders, and urged us to re-think the impact an...

Harnessing real time feedback at the AgileAus squid tanks

Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for AgileAus19 have been steadily trickling in and we’re excited to see these idea kernels expand with help from the community. There is still time to throw your ideas in if you have yet to do so!

Accelerate

Check out an extract from Accelerate: Building and Scaling High Performing Technology Organizations by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble and Gene Kim (IT Revolution, 2018).

The AgileAus Holiday Reading Guide

There’s no better time than the holiday break to kick back and relax with a book! Whether you’re looking for poolside reads, inspiring stories, or books to help you step into 2019 with your best foot forward – we have you covered! Plus, check out some recommended reads from members of the AgileAus community.

Agile Lessons from AI

Melinda Harrington reviews Made by Humans: The AI Condition by Ellen Broad (Melbourne University Press, 2018). Melinda is a Lead Consultant at Elabor8. She is an Agile coach, a speaker, a writer, a blogger, and a passionate believer that we can always improve the way we work.

Reading The Mind of the Leader at Book Club @ AGL

In November, AgileTODAY was warmly welcomed into Book Club @ AGL – a fortnightly reading group held in AGL’s Melbourne offices. Over the two sessions documented below, the book club discussed The Mind of the Leader: How to Lead Yourself, Your People and Your Organization for Extraordinary Results by Rasmus Hougaard and Jacqueline Carter (Harvard Business Review Press, 2018).

What we are looking for at AgileAus19!

You may be aware that in 2019 AgileAus will be accepting Expressions Of Interest (EOIs) to shape a program that aims to represent, nourish, surprise and delight the community. What are we looking for? Building the AgileAus program is more art than science, and often...

Building the AgileAus19 program

AgileAus19 is to be held on 25-26 June 2019 at the Hilton Sydney and we are busily working with the AgileAus community to explore better ways of creating a Conference program that represents the depth and breadth of the Australian Agile community. Have experimented...

A Decade Doing It! Reflections on the Tenth Anniversary of the AgileAus Conference.

 The tenth AgileAus18 was held on 18-19 June — thanks for making our anniversary one that we’ll never forget. Here, we take a look back at some of the highlights of this year’s Conference. Enjoy the trip down memory lane! And, for those who weren’t able to make it...

#fragile: Feminist Revisionist Agile

  Guest post by Sarah Kaur, Chief Operations Officer, Portable.In talks presented in Melbourne and Sydney this August, Portable COO Sarah Kaur presented a feminist revisionist interpretation of Agile. In Twitter discussion following the talks, the hashtag ‘#fragile’...

Working on a Workshop Wall at AgileAus18

 Guest post by Ben Crothers, Design Strategist, Atlassian.The tenth anniversary of the AgileAus Conference was pretty special in a lot of ways. One of the new things we tried this year was to give attendees another mode of interacting with each other with a Workshop...

Accelerate

Check out an extract from Accelerate: Building and Scaling High Performing Technology Organizations by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble and Gene Kim (IT Revolution, 2018).

The AgileAus Holiday Reading Guide

There’s no better time than the holiday break to kick back and relax with a book! Whether you’re looking for poolside reads, inspiring stories, or books to help you step into 2019 with your best foot forward – we have you covered! Plus, check out some recommended reads from members of the AgileAus community.

Agile Lessons from AI

Melinda Harrington reviews Made by Humans: The AI Condition by Ellen Broad (Melbourne University Press, 2018). Melinda is a Lead Consultant at Elabor8. She is an Agile coach, a speaker, a writer, a blogger, and a passionate believer that we can always improve the way we work.

Reading The Mind of the Leader at Book Club @ AGL

In November, AgileTODAY was warmly welcomed into Book Club @ AGL – a fortnightly reading group held in AGL’s Melbourne offices. Over the two sessions documented below, the book club discussed The Mind of the Leader: How to Lead Yourself, Your People and Your Organization for Extraordinary Results by Rasmus Hougaard and Jacqueline Carter (Harvard Business Review Press, 2018).

What we are looking for at AgileAus19!

You may be aware that in 2019 AgileAus will be accepting Expressions Of Interest (EOIs) to shape a program that aims to represent, nourish, surprise and delight the community. What are we looking for? Building the AgileAus program is more art than science, and often...

Building the AgileAus19 program

AgileAus19 is to be held on 25-26 June 2019 at the Hilton Sydney and we are busily working with the AgileAus community to explore better ways of creating a Conference program that represents the depth and breadth of the Australian Agile community. Have experimented...

#fragile: Feminist Revisionist Agile

  Guest post by Sarah Kaur, Chief Operations Officer, Portable.In talks presented in Melbourne and Sydney this August, Portable COO Sarah Kaur presented a feminist revisionist interpretation of Agile. In Twitter discussion following the talks, the hashtag ‘#fragile’...

Working on a Workshop Wall at AgileAus18

 Guest post by Ben Crothers, Design Strategist, Atlassian.The tenth anniversary of the AgileAus Conference was pretty special in a lot of ways. One of the new things we tried this year was to give attendees another mode of interacting with each other with a Workshop...

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