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How exciting! "Agile is mainstream," and there are now hundreds of thousand of Scrum “masters”. Is that great? Or is it that we fell in a trap? We can sell books, talks, coaching services and classes, but we can not buy and sell ideas.
There are a huge number of late adopters to Agile. But what do exactly are they adopting? What are the new 'Masters' mastering?
In this talk Martine Devos, Colin Deady and Gitte Klitgaard look back on 25 years of trying to build adaptable software, responsible teams (ie. able to respond), and resilience. We also dream.
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Ceci N’est Pas Un Scrum
Martine Devos is an Organizational Development Consultant and trainer, with over 30 years of managerial experience in both traditional and Agile environments. She is a passionate thought-leader of Agile methodologies, coaching over 25,000 people in the theories and practices behind Scrum, Extreme Programming, Lean Software Management and Kanban.
Colin is Head of Product and Innovation for Capita Application Services. He helps cross-functional geographically separated teams discover their own agility and ways of collaboration.
Gitte Klitgaard is an agile coach with more than a decade of experience working for companies as well as coaching individuals. She lives and loves agile, and hates turf wars, which is why she took the oath of non-allegiance. Why fight over methods, when we can use that energy to help people? Gitte wants to change the world by helping people work better together and feel better about themselves. She is known for speaking her mind in a way that helps people actually listen to what she says; maybe because her main working tools are listening and caring. As an active part of the agile community, Gitte often engages in discussion online and offline, and is part of the organiser team of German Agile Coach Camp as well as a facilitator at other events.