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What's your experience coaching teams toward being Agile?
I've been on this journey for over 10 years now, starting with helping the team I was on for a long time to make some big changes, and working with many teams as a freelance coach in all sorts of places since then. Along the way I've learned a lot about: using play to get real work done; organizational change (and why it's so hard); the importance of counting things (and of not counting things); and, letting go of control in order to create space for creativity and leadership.

What do you plan to learn/explore at this conference?
At Agile Coach Camp India 2019, I'm really interested in talking with people about what they're doing now that a lot of Agile bridges have been burnt. It's not that Agile is dead - Agile values and principles are more relevant than ever - but in the never-ending quest for a universal remedy so many people have had poor experiences with something they were told was Agile that we need to find different ways of helping teams focus on inspecting and adapting their work and the ways that they do it. Also, it's all about uncovering better ways - what are the the things we've learned over the past 18 years?

How do you plan to contribute?
I'll bring some games, and probably some markers. And a willingness to share what I know.
Created by EllenG. Last Modification: Sunday, 09 of December, 2018 23:31:42 UTC by EllenG.