What’s happening in the world of Agile Australia

With the new year now in full swing, and everyone gearing up for the ninth annual Agile Australia Conference, we thought we’d give you an update on what’s happening at Agile Australia. Read on for this year’s Conference streams; the in-depth workshops available; and the AgileTODAY publication, where you will find articles and insights into new Agile ideas from some guest authors.

Conference

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This year’s Agile Australia Conference is fast approaching, with the event being held on Thursday 22 – Friday 23 June at the Hilton Sydney. Speaker submissions have just closed, and we received a whopping 280+ submissions, proving that the AgileAus community is full of agilists eager to convey their ideas,  share case studies and successes and failures.

The streams for this year’s Conference, which are centred around the theme of Learning and Leading, each delve into a particular area of interest .

  • Adopting Agile in your custom context
  • Agile Technical Excellence
  • Evolving Agile Organisations
  • Inclusive Culture
  • Learning from your customer
  • Metrics – a critical guide to Learning and Leading
  • The future of work

So what happens now?

Submitters still have the opportunity to tweak their submission and respond to any feedback until March 6 2017. During this time reviewers will be sifting through and reviewing submissions in order to prepare a shortlist.

The program captains will then meet to whittle down and balance stream shortlists to decide which submissions will feature at the Agile Australia 2017 Conference!

We are getting excited for this year’s topics already!

Workshops

The Agile Australia workshops are a great way to dive deeper into your learning, and walk away with tangible ideas to implement into your teams. Workshops are a part of the Agile Australia Conference, and are on offer in both Sydney and Melbourne.

This year the Conference will feature workshops including:

  1. Coaching Teams – Esther Derby
  2. Boss level company culture – Sami Honkonen
  3. Continuous Delivery – Jez Humble
  4. Lean Design Thinking – Tatyana Mamut
  5. Lean Enterprise – Barry O’Reilly
  6. Product Management Bootcamp – Melissa Perri
  7. Evolutionary architecture – Neal Ford

The workshops are in an intimate setting designed for you to collaborate and broaden your thinking. Leaders from diverse organisations and backgrounds can work together to offer insights and results to help strengthen teams.

The Agile Australia Workshops are two full days of learning and are being held in Sydney on Wednesday 21 June and Melbourne on Monday 26 June. Sign up here.

AgileTODAY

If you’ve been following the blog, you may have noticed that Volume #14 of AgileTODAY is out! Hear from Dr Lea Waters on the power of gratitude, one of the speakers at The Deep Dive. Also in this issue: ThoughtWorks’ Neal Ford explores a lifelong model for career learning; and Sami Honkonen shares lessons on company, plus lots more.

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Agile Australia is on from Thursday 22 – Friday 23 June 2017 at the Hilton Sydney. Please visit the AgileAus website for more information and to register.

The Agile Australia Workshops are two full days of learning and are being held in Sydney on Wednesday 21 June and Melbourne on Monday 26 June. Sign up here.

If you would like to sign up for the print or online edition of AgileTODAY, please visit the website

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