I'm returning to XP Days to do an interactive session on starting up distributed teams online with gamification. Join me on November 25, 2021, online!
Learn new exercises for your agile retrospectives, find out how to create a safe environment, and improve your facilitation skills in the workshop Valuable Agile Retrospectives for Teams at DevOpsCon Singapore, November 24-25, 2021!
I’m giving my popular workshop Improving Organizational Agility as an online virtual course on November 18 & 19, 2021, in collaboration with Agile Actors #learning.
I've been invited to the panel discussion about psychological safety versus accountability at Agile Tour London on October 21.
For the first time, I'm doing a session at the Online Testing Conference. I'll be playing games with the Agile Testing Coaching Cards and Agile Quality Coaching Cards to help people explore how things are going and to improve their way of working.
I've been invited to the Agile Humans Lean Coffee meetup to facilitate a session where we play the Agile Self-assessment Game online. Join me on May 6.
On April 1 (no joke) I'm doing an Agile 101 for Agile New England where we will be playing the Agile Self-assessment Game online. You have to be a member of Agile New England to join the session.
At Aginext 2021 I'm doing a session together with Fabio Armani where we explore psychological safety and culture in teams. Join us March 17-19, online, Aginext 2021.
I’m giving my popular workshop Improving Organizational Agility as an online virtual course on March 2 and 3, 2021, in collaboration with Agile Actors #learning.
In 2021 I'm back at OOP conference, doing a mini workshop on collaborative problem-solving. Join me online, February 8-12, 2021.
I'm looking for agile case studies to be presented at the Agile 20 Reflect Festival. If you use agile practices, and you like to share how you do it and what you have learned, then please submit your agile case study.
I've done a podcast with The Agile Confessional where I confessed my agile sins: managing a team in a command and control way and forgetting to let the world know how the team became truly agile before agile was invented.