What's new for agile? How do we rediscover the original edge that made agile attractive? Join Dave Snowden at this month's Scrum Event to find out more!
With the Scrum Alliance linking to LeSS to try and compete with SAFe and the large consultancy companies buying up small Agile groups we have all the classic signs of a market ending its mature phase.
The original vision of the founders of Agile seems lost in a morass of training, certification and coaching schemes.
So where next for Agile?
How do we rediscover the original edge that made Agile attractive?
In this talk Snowden will reflect on current issues and future practices: developing to unarticulated needs, architecting for inherent uncertainty will be discussed within the context of the Cynefin framework.
18:30 - 19:00: Arrivals
19:00 - 19:10: Introductions
19:10 - 20.00: Session Talk
20.00 - 21.00: Networking
We're a Scrum Alliance endorsed User group:
This event will earn Scrum Alliance SEUs worth 2 SEU's
Dave Snowden divides his time between two roles: founder Chief Scientific Officer of Cognitive Edge and the founder and Director of the Centre for Applied Complexity at Bangor University in Wales.