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AgileTODAY is an online blog and free print quarterly magazine that serves as the beating pulse of the Agile Australia community.
Guest post by Amber Case No matter the setting, shiny futurist scenarios are often the same: Perfect people in perfect settings, using tech that never fails. The world seemingly becomes more perfect with the addition of expensive, battery-intensive, and visually...
AgileAus20 will soon be accepting speaker Expressions Of Interest (EOIs) for TWO WEEKS ONLY to shape a program that represents, nourishes and inspires the Australian Agile community. What are we looking for? Building the AgileAus program is more art than...
On Monday 17 February 2020, AgileAus will be accepting short and sweet, anonymous speaker/topic Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for those wanting to speak/share at the Conference! EOIs will be accepted online for TWO WEEKS only
I once worked in a place where we had the stage-gate funding process and it used to bother me that the amount of effort required to gain funding was the same whether you needed to find $50,000 or $50,000,000!
Moving into a new decade with the expansive theme of To Agility and Beyond - it’s become clear that it’s time for us to shake things up in regard to the way we build the AgileAus program. After seeking feedback over the past few weeks, we are now looking to embark on...
Guest post by Carlota Perez – Innovation, as Schumpeter held, is the driver of growth in market economies. But although technical change is constant it is not strictly continuous.
Guest post by Steve Denning – When Carlota Pérez, the distinguished economic historian, finished speaking at the Drucker Forum 2017, her talk elicited a sustained round of applause and there was already an avalanche of tributes on Twitter.
Guest post by John Buck and Jutta Eckstein – We hear people often say that an Agile transformation implies a culture change and that this culture change actually refers to a change of the mindset. However, what does this really mean, and how can you possibly change the culture (or help others do it)?
We can hardly believe AgileAus has wrapped for another year! We can’t thank the speakers, sponsors and community enough for making AgileAus19 such an unforgettable experience. Returning to the Hilton Sydney, we enjoyed two jam-packed days of learning, networking and...
Marty Cagan is the founder of the Silicon Valley Product Group and the author of INSPIRED: How To Create Products Customers Love.
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