AGILE Dunedin 2018

Fri 25 May 8:30am — 4pm

Signal ICT Grad School, 123 Vogel Street, Dunedin

Being agile and adaptive in business is a key driver of success - hear four of NZ's best AGILE practitioners speak about their experiences.
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AGILE Dunedin 2018 brings four top speakers from Agile Alliance New Zealand to Dunedin to share their experiences and explore :

- What it means to be agile in a business context.

- How agility can be applied through sports and personal achievements.

- Clarify and remove some of the confusion around the current Agile buzzwords. 

AGILE Dunedin 2018 is suitable for both Agile beginners and experienced Agile practitioners, and is a rare chance to hear from,  and work with NZ's top Agile thought leaders.  

'Quick tips for creating a collaborative self-organising team that rocks!'  

By Samantha Laing, Datacom Agile Consultant, Author and International Speaker 

'Where's your bottleneck, Wally? Accelerate Agile by thinking harder, and working less' 

By Clarke Ching, Author, Keynote speaker, and Lean, Agile and Theory of Constraints Consultant

'Being AGILE in a remote team'

By Shane Hastie, Director of Agile Learning Programs, ICAgile

'The art of dual track delivery' 

By Ant Boobier, Lean Agile chap at BNZ and Nomad8  

Afternoon Session:  Our guest speakers will facilitate an open space session where the audience sets the agenda together based on what people are passionate about or challenges being faced.

So bring your ideas, questions, thoughts and enthusiasm and we look forward to seeing you there!

Ticket includes morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea, with social/networking opportunities after 4pm. 

Limited space are available so don't miss this rare opportunity!

AGILE Dunedin 2018 is proudly brought to you by:

Agile Alliance NZ

SIGNAL ICT Grad School

Firebrand  - Design, Web and Marketing 

Polson Higgs Business Advisors

Gallaway Cook Allan Lawyers


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' The Art of Dual Track delivery'
Ant's talk will show how you can use categories of work to achieve ‘dual-track development’ and bring multiple disciplines together as one team – how you can balance the ‘Speed of Learning’ with the delivery of ‘Value to the Customer’.
'Where's your bottleneck, Wally? Accelerate Agile by thinking harder, and working less'
Clarke "drastically speeds up Agile teams by slowing them down (just a little). Not many people know how to do this & I wear odd socks." Clarke is about to release his next book, you may get a sneak preview.
Sam is passionate about agile and has co-authored several books:
Sam will share with you her top 10 hacks for an agile team that can help them get a bit closer to that definition.
For 30+ years Shane has been a coach and leader of Agile teams, helping to deliver results that align with overall business objectives. Shane advocates Agile's "humanistic way of working" and believes that "the Agile mindset is desperately needed in organisations all around the globe today. "

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