It's been 11 Years and almost 100 viral AgileCoachCamps since our very first coach camp experiment. Now, co-founders Deborah Hartmann Preuss and Naresh Jain will be reunited as participants in this Coach Camp in Bangalore, organized as part of the Agile India 2019 Conference. We are delighted to welcome a number of other participants from the 2008 AgileCoachCamp as well. And, of course: you!
We are looking for passionate and responsible individuals - Coaches, Change Agents, Mentors, and Leaders, who are actively engaged in transforming teams and/or organizations. It does not matter what's on your business card - if you value peer-to-peer learning and if status quo makes you sick then this event is for you.
26/1 Dr. Rajkumar Road, Malleswaram Rajajinagar
Bengaluru, India 560055
8:30 AM to 06:00 PM
Open Space format for the meeting. We love working in self-organizing teams - well, OpenSpace is a simple technique for creating a self-organizing conference!
In OpenSpace there are no leaders, no followers, definitely no talking-heads - only participants. Does this sound strange to you? Come prepared to create the event you need - starting with collaboratively building our agenda in the morning, full of topics we have passion for.
|09:30-09:45 AM||Welcome||Introduction to Coach Camp and OpenSpace format|
|09:45-10:30 AM||Forming the Circle||Each person would narrate a small story that is unique to them. This is how all the participants will remember the narrator. (Max 1 min per participant. Please come prepared; don't try to do it on the fly.)|
|10:30-11:00 AM||Market Place||Participants propose topics and we decide on the time-slots till Lunch|
|11:00-11:30 AM||Tea/Coffee Break|
|11:30-12:30 PM||Session 1||8-10 parallel breakouts|
|12:30-01:30 PM||Session 2||8-10 parallel breakouts|
|02:30-03:00 PM||Market Place||Participants propose topics for rest of the day|
|03:00-04:00 PM||Session 3||8-10 parallel breakouts|
|04:00-04:30 PM||Tea/Coffee Break|
|04:30-05:30 PM||Session 4||8-10 parallel breakouts|
|05:30-06:00 PM||Closing the Circle|
- Agile Coaching is a dead-end job, what is next?
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position paper. Please submit your position paper before Jan 31st. By Feb 15th, we'll get in touch with information about your next steps.
Interested to participate in the coach camp? Click "Edit" to add your position paper to this page, then save and click the link you made to add your brief answers to these questions:
- What's your experience coaching teams toward being Agile?
- What do you plan to learn/explore at this conference?
- How do you plan to contribute?
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- Naresh Jain
- Essence OVER Dogma
- Deborah Hartmann Preuss
- Transforming ourselves to transform our world
- Ellen Grove
- What next? What else?
- Padma Satyamurthy
- Learning, unlearning and relearning through the journey
- Gabor Devenyi
- Dogma, Frustration, BS and other annoyances - so what keeps us going
- Srinath Ramakrishnan
- Continuous learner's journey
- Monica Gupta
- The art of mindfulness applied to agile coaching
- Krishnakumar Chinnappachari
- Making Coaching and Transformation journey meaningful for both the Coach and the Coachee's
- Sandeep Shetty
- Complex responsive processes of relating (discarding systems thinking), Anthro Complexity (Cynefin, Sensemaking), Beyond Budgeting, Open-space, Sociocracy, AgileBOSSAnova
- Balaji Muniraja
- Creating Spartan Teams
- Outcome based agility
- Shane Hastie
- 3 Days training does not a coach make - knowledge vs competency and the hard topic of certification
- Dr. Karuna Batra
- Agile as a framework to enable and catalyze self-organizing and self-managed teams
- Vishal Prasad
- Don't Hate What You Don't Understand - the struggles with highly mature agile teams
- Managing Knowledge Workers' context to be effective Coach - Mind, Mindset, Mindfulness
- Hiruna Dissanayake
- Love to share and gain knowledge with a set of "Like Minded People"
- Neelima Ghani
- Agile performance appraisals
- Sandhya Gopal
- Boundary of an agile coach
- How can agile mindset and happiness at work reinforce each other
- Fennande van der Meulen
- How can Happiness at Work be an agent for change?
- Payal Jain
- On my journey of agility
- Rahul Verma
- Be useful and fulfil your purpose
- A journey with "Likeminded People"
- Sonali Chaudhary
- Evolutiion of Agile in a startup
- Ravi Kumar
- Transformation and Change: It's messy but what are the right questions
- Inculcating Growth Mindsets at the Functional levels of an organisation
- Namrata Datta
- Agile Enabler to Agile Coach
- Ricardo Abella
- Cultural differences, Assessments, Coach the Coach
- Ant Boobier
- Language to support transformational change
- Krishna Chodipilli
- Impact of belief, values and culture in coaching outcomes
- Naveen Jonty
- Secret and Missing Sauce in Agile Coaches
- Agile for Ecosystem in product development
- Chitra Gurjar
- Agility & Product Management. Managing & Delivering on Multiple Fronts
- William Feng
- Monte Carlo estimation for agile projects
- Sathyan Sethumadhavan
- Sathyan Sethumadhavan Position Paper In 2019
- Ranjith Tharayil
- Crafting High Preforming Teams
- Ajay Balamurugadas
- Systematic Product Modeling in a short time
- Chithra Ramachandran
- Agile Coach and Life transformation
- Vidhya Sathyamurthy
- The Path is the Destination
- Priyank Gupta
- Building products with empathy
- Kapare Rucha
- Embracing Agility In Work and Life
- Jeremy Kriegel
- Integrating agile and UX
- Coaching at a Distance - Great Techniques beyond the Tech
- Pooja Biyani
- Being Agile
- Marc Gong
- Agile Imposition and Transformation
- Deepti Tomar
- Agile - How much is very much ? Giving Limits to Agility
- Pushpalatha C
- Transformation : An attitude
- Woody Zuill
- Making improvements "in place"