Category Archives: Agile Munich

Different functions, different challenges

As one of the very few SAFe Program Consultant Trainers in the world, Eelco Rustenburg has become an authority on company-wide Agility. Here, he explores his intended keynote for Agile Munich on May 8th: a concise review of the specific challenges for several important supporting functions. PM/PO, Finance, and HR: to each their own hurdles to jump. PM/PO “Project management and planning organization is a key source of Agile momentum, in theory at least. A major part of company-wide... Learn more
Dr Kraus & Partners

“Agile scares people, even if its benefits are obvious.”

Guido Wiggerink is transformation consultant at Dr. Kraus & Partner – a consultancy firm that has change management itself as its fascinating area of focus. He explains why it was evident for his company to adopt Agile Munich as Gold Partner – and what he hopes to witness at the event on May 8th. “We’ve made change itself our expertise. It might be the change that comes from a merger, or a corporate rebranding; the change that comes from organic growth. We specialize in... Learn more

BOSSA nova combines ‘everything that works’

Keynote speaker Jutta Eckstein’s recent book ‘Company-wide Agility with Beyond Budgeting, Open Spaces & Sociocracy’ aims to bring Agile principles beyond the software development core – which aligns neatly with our focus on the supporting functions at Agile Munich 2019. She chose not to add yet another framework to the already brimming pool of Agile-ish intellectual property, but rather sifts through what’s out there, tests its merits, and builds a better beast from... Learn more

“Agile transformations: by invitation, not by imposition.”

Most people know that the principles underpinning Agile were born in software development. Niels Pfläging argues that those principles should have been broadened long ago, and that they need to be scaled up to reach beyond their initial domain. ‘Agilists have been somewhat selfish in that respect. The BetaCodex movement and OpenSpace Beta address the gap.”   Niels Pfläging is a well-known voice in the international Agile, leadership, and organizational development communities.... Learn more
Natalie Warnert - Women in Agile

“Diversity makes organizations smarter”

Joining us for this article is Natalie Warnert, an experienced SPC and Agile trainer who also set up the movement ‘Women in Agile’, a US-based non-profit agency that aims to increase the impact women can make on spreading Agile ways of working. We are welcoming her as a keynote speaker for Agile Munich. She offered to shed some light on her contribution.   “Several years ago, I was visiting several Agile conferences as an upcoming SPC where, at some point, I noticed how few... Learn more

“Making the value of Agility measurable”

We’re thrilled to be welcoming Patricia Kong from Scrum.org who will both lead a workshop and make a keynote contribution to Agile Munich. While Patricia’s workshop will be about Nexus, one of the leading frameworks used to implement Agility at scale, Patricia Kong will also be introducing an entirely new framework by Scrum.org. Evidence-Based Management is a framework developed by Scrum.org to help organizations measure, manage, and increase the value they derive from their product... Learn more
Agile at Scale

Agile at Scale: ‘Not without the supporting functions!’

Low-maturity functions – Agile at Scale - those parts of any large-scale organization that have not yet transformed – are the core theme for 2019’s Agile Munich, which will take place on May 8th-10th in Munich, Germany. We asked Chairman and conference curator Nils Oud, whose consultancy firm Incrementor will be hosting with Gladwell Academy, to outline the event.   Agile Munich website Agile at Scale “Implementing ways of working with Agile at scale is always a... Learn more
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