“Agile is a state of mind” will be the motto again from 30 November to 1 December: Tools4AgileTeams 2023 is on the horizon! Of course we want to offer the Agile community a conference with everything the Agile heart desires: keynotes, workshops, games, discussions, hands-on sessions, networking and much more. And now it’s your turn: the call for sessions is open! This means that you can now submit your ideas for a presentation or whatever format you want, as long as it is about teamwork, leadership, product management, service management, at scale or modern work in an agile environment. And of course, we’ll also tell you where to get the much sought-after tickets for T4AT.
Most projects allow a degree of flexibility, but some are tightly controlled; imagine working on an ATC system (Air Traffic Control) and introducing new code in a live system. So how can you introduce SAFe in an environment where the slightest mistake can be catastrophic? Find out in this presntation from the Tools4AgileTeams 2022.
On 1 and 2 December, the Tools4AgileTeams conference took place. During this event, our speaker Joseph Assaf, consultant at our partner Kegon, explained an intriguing methodology to keep a project on track in times when businesses and teams can get lost in the fine detail of project work, which is known as project drift.
On 1 and 2 December, the Tools4AgileTeams conference took place. During this event, our speaker Deema Dajani, SAFe Fellow and Product Manager at Scaled Agile, talked about how companies can up their training game and how SAFe can help with this training.
On 1 and 2 December, the Tools4AgileTeams conference took place. There were 3 very interesting keynote speakers this year, one of which was from Jurgen Appelo, who talked about his unFIX model, a simple tool that helps you with versatile organization design. Unlike many agile scaling frameworks and self-management methods, unFIX has its focus on continuous innovation and the human experience. It facilitates gradual change, dynamic teams, and an important role to play for managers.
On 1 and 2 December, the Tools4AgileTeams conference took place. There were 3 very interesting keynote speakers this year, one of which was from Mark Cruth, Atlassian Evangelist. He talked about the alchemy of turning not lead into gold, but average teams into high-performing ones.
On 1 and 2 December, the Tools4AgileTeams conference took place. There were 3 very interesting keynote speakers this year, the first of which was none other than Dean Leffingwell, creator of the SAFe framework. Among other things, he talked about immediately releaseing funds instead of waiting for the next year, the link between AI, robotics and Agile and what the next 20 years will hold.
Less than 6 weeks until the 11th Tools4AgileTeams – time to introduce the 3rd keynote and to take a first look at the agenda. Because on December 1st, the Agile community will meet in Wiesbaden and online to exchange ideas about agility in all its facets. Until then, here’s what medieval alchemy has to do with high-performance teams, how you can already put together your own program for the conference, and where you can secure your ticket for the conference.
The 11th Tools4AgileTeams conference, THE Agile event of the year, is about to start. In today’s article, you can find information about the first keynote and the ticket pre-sale.
It’s summer! And that means (well, for us at least): preparing for THE Agile event of the year, the Tools4AgileTeams (or T4AT)! This year, on 1 and 2 December, the event will be organized in a hybrid form: you can stop by in our new HQ in Wiesbaden or join us remotely to talk about agility in teams and organizations, New Work and New Normal and everything inbetween. And you can contribute as a speaker! Learn how by reading this article.