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Talks: Visualising Waitflow – how efficient is your end-to-end flow?

Abstract Ever wondered why sometimes you feel like you are getting a lot of work done, but still your customers and stakeholders aren’t happy? Why is it that, even if your team is awesomely agile, people still complain about how long it takes to get their stuff done? It feels like no matter how hard …

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Talks: Suddenly Virtual – Tips to run awesome virtual events

Abstract Vast swathes of our workforce are suddenly forced to work remotely and we are having to learn quickly how to adapt our working practices to virtual environments. Actineo is a consultancy specialising in Business Agility Coaching and Training where all its members are fully distributed. We have experienced a lot of successes and failures …

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Talks: Seeking Nirvana – Predictability in a Complex World

Abstract As Simon Wardley says: “predictability is a measure of how accurately we can anticipate something” In life and in business, human beings struggle to deal with uncertainty. When we ask people why they engage in agile transformations, change programmes, digital initiatives, scaling projects, and things like that, they will often say that they want …

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Talks: A Lean Agile Coach’s Toolkit – Guides, cinema, coffee, lunch and Lego.

Abstract As a coach it is easy to fall into the trap of trying to make a splash. This is especially the case if we are new or external. This can stop self-organisation in its tracks. It makes the organisations we work with dependant on us. What happens when the coach is not there? All …

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Talks: Scrum and Kanban – Battle Royale or Save the World?

Abstract One of the most common questions we get asked on training courses is “Scrum or Kanban?” We hear phrases like, “We dropped Kanban for Scrum” or “We moved away from Scrum to Kanban”. It seems that people pit them against each other, subconsciously at least. It doesn’t have to be this way. During this …

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Talks: The Emergence of Business Agility and why it is not an option

Abstract By now, we all know that software is at the core of most businesses. The world of business continues to accelerate at a pace that appears to be increasing. The key competitive advantage appears to have moved from product innovation and development to business model innovation. Yet, most companies are still trying to run …

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Talks: How motivated is your team? Going beyond the traditional performance management

Abstract This practical workshop will introduce a number of techniques that we can use to help us understand and improve the levels of engagement and motivation in our teams as well as explore what factors (positive and negative) are impacting us. These techniques can be used as modern & richer alternatives to traditional performance management …

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Talks: Are we really thinking?

Abstract In this session, we explore how our brain builds up beliefs, truisms, rules of thumb or heuristics that we apply unconsciously in everyday situations. This can lead to habituation and a loss of engagement. The session introduces the idea of introducing “jolts” to the system to avoid routine and habituation from happening. Presentation History …

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