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AgileTODAY is a blog that serves as the beating pulse of the Agile Australia community.
I can recall many instances when I’ve heard something useful while visiting the kitchen or the bathroom at work. I bet you can too!
Creating the AgileAus program each year is a group effort that involves the dedication and hard work of a passionate team of 40+ volunteers, advisors and organisers. As the program building process is continually evolving year on year, we wanted to share how things are being done in 2024!
Thinking of submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI) to speak at AgileAus24? These are some criteria to be mindful of when crafting your submission.
As Rachel Slattery mused in her ode to work friendship: ‘building relationships embedded in trust can help us acquire professional social capital over time allowing us to access much wider areas of knowledge and expertise.’
AgileAus23 gave us a unique opportunity to listen and learn from the community around the challenges people encounter within their organisations and the practices that actually make a difference, so that we can rally together to improve our teams and organisations....
There are three months to go until AgileAus23 happens in Sydney! And as we reveal the speakers chosen to tell their stories on the AgileAus stage this year, it is a good time to reflect on the journey so far.
One of the best things about speaking at AgileAus is the people you meet. This will be even more the case in 2023, as speakers will have the opportunity to meet, share and learn with a great line-up of fellow AgileAus23 speakers, well before they hit the stage in August!
Excitement is building as we get ready to open up for expressions of interest (EOIs) from those who would like to speak at this year’s AgileAus23 Conference!
Telling our stories is how we try to make sense of our past, our present and find our future path. It is the stories of war, flood and fire and injustice that inspire us to pursue sustainability, peace and equality.
The Manifesto for Agile Software Development has nothing to say about leadership. However, when we talk about leadership for agility, we usually talk about Servant Leadership. I think we can lay the blame for this on Scrum.
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