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Wednesday April 12th: John Le Drew with Swearing, Nudity and Other Vulnerable Positions plus Chris Cheadle & Sean Craig on Firebreak Tall Tales - A Break From Routine

Eventbrite - April 2017 Agile Yorkshire Meetup

This month John Le Drew, host of the Agile Path podcast is previewing his talk about safety and it looks great. Also AY regulars Sean Craig and Chris Cheadle will be presenting an experience report on an innovation experiment they ran within the NHS. They'll be sharing their insight warts and all.

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  • Kev McCabe Examines The Agile Fluency Model The Agile Fluency Model has been around since 2012 and attempts to chart an organisations transition towards a more adaptive and lean way or working. Kev McCabe examines the model ...
    Posted 10 Apr 2017, 03:09 by Royd Brayshay
  • Adam Mitchell: Hello... I'm Your Project Manager Agile project management introduces new ideas into the economic model of software product development and for many organisations this takes some time to absorb. Adam Mitchell talks about his experiences ...
    Posted 10 Apr 2017, 03:01 by Royd Brayshay
  • The 2016 Agile Yorkshire Annual Lightning Talks Competition Every year  our lighting talks competition gets better and better. The speakers are slick, the topics varied and funny, the crowd bigger and bigger. Here for your viewing pleasure are ...
    Posted 10 Apr 2017, 02:57 by Royd Brayshay
  • James Hull Presents - We Become What We Behold: Sociology, Software and Conway's Law If you don't know about Conway's Law then James Hull's presentation here is a great introduction. If you're familiar with it already then this is still ...
    Posted 14 Mar 2017, 05:02 by Royd Brayshay
  • Stephen Mounsey Talks About Listening: An essential skill for software testers What does it mean to truly listen, Stephen Mounsey talks about listening skills and testing. Of course it isn't just testers that need to do this, everyone involved in ...
    Posted 14 Mar 2017, 03:51 by Royd Brayshay
  • Geoff Watts Explains What Really is Agile Coaching? As the UK's first Scrum Trainer and author of The Coach's Casebook: Mastering The Twelve Traits That Trap Us, Geoff Watts knows a thing or two about coaching ...
    Posted 14 Mar 2017, 03:14 by Royd Brayshay
  • Victoria Cassells Explores the Advantage of Servant Leadership for You and Your Organisation? "Work on working together" is a foundation principle for many lean / agile organisations and transformation methods and alongside that the phrase servant leadership often crops up. However while it's ...
    Posted 14 Mar 2017, 02:56 by Royd Brayshay
  • Colin Jones Working on Connecting Agile Processes to Business Strategy Agile tooling is always a hot topic within product development teams with differing views around effectiveness. There's a balance to strike between encouraging people to work together and communicate ...
    Posted 14 Mar 2017, 02:45 by Royd Brayshay
  • The 2016 Agile Yorkshire Annual Lightning Talks! Its that time again already. The annual Agile Yorkshire Lightning Talk Competition is fast approaching. It's an Xmas tradition to make the December 13th meeting a celebration of community ...
    Posted 9 Nov 2016, 16:43 by Neil McLaughlin
  • A pragmatic intro to Lean principles with Jon Terry at Agile Yorkshire As the CEO of LeanKit Jon Terry has spent a lot of time thinking about the lean / agile development landscape as it exists with modern software product development. Here, he ...
    Posted 7 Nov 2016, 00:29 by Royd Brayshay
  • An Alternative Approach to Agile Analysis with Josh Lynas Josh Lynas talks about his work as a business analyst, how it's changed and how he's changed what he does, what's worked and what's not. An ...
    Posted 7 Nov 2016, 00:15 by Royd Brayshay
  • Ian Ellison on Space vs Place and What Matters to People About Workspace? A good number people reading this who've tried to make some changes in their workplace to accommodate popular agile practices like visual management, or sitting together will have come ...
    Posted 6 Nov 2016, 23:59 by Royd Brayshay
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"A stimulating, thought provoking evening, from a thriving community", Peter Ferguson - Testing Manager

"A must attend event for any agile practitioners in Yorkshire", Jonathan Fulton - Agile Coach and speaker

"Very organised! Nice crowd", Clarke Ching - Consultant, author and speaker

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"A wonderful experience, really enjoyed it. Over in the blink of an eye!", Josh Lynas - Agile Business Analyst and speaker.

"It's a great group who asked a lot of interesting questions. I enjoyed participating.", Jon Terry - LeanKit CEO and speaker

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"very worthwhile and a great learning opportunity", Amy Thompson -2013 Agile Coach of the year