• AGILE AMSTERDAM 2019

    September 25-27

    Tobacco Theater

    Agile Amsterdam nourishes and cultivates the agile mindset

     

    • When agile is believed to be in the DNA of your company, what else can you do?
    • How can you protect, sustain and further grow your agile practice? What are our threats and opportunities?

     

    Daniel Mezick, Jurriaan Kamer, The Liberators, Volkswagen, Schuberg Philis, De Persgroep, VodafoneZiggo, Roche, Severstal (Russia), Westpac bank (New Zealand), Rabobank

    AGILE AMSTERDAM 2019

    September 25-27

    Tobacco Theater

    Agile Amsterdam nourishes and cultivates the agile mindset

     

    • When agile is believed to be in the DNA of your company, what else can you do?
    • How can you protect, sustain and further grow your agile practice? What are our threats and opportunities?

     

    Daniel Mezick, Jurriaan Kamer, The Liberators, Volkswagen, Schuberg Philis, De Persgroep, VodafoneZiggo, Roche, Severstal (Russia), Westpac bank (New Zealand), Rabobank

    AGILE AMSTERDAM 2019

    September 25-27

    Tobacco Theater

    Agile Amsterdam nourishes and cultivates the agile mindset

     

    • When agile is believed to be in the DNA of your company, what else can you do?
    • How can you protect, sustain and further grow your agile practice? What are our threats and opportunities?

     

    Daniel Mezick, Jurriaan Kamer, The Liberators, Volkswagen, Schuberg Philis, De Persgroep, VodafoneZiggo, Roche, Severstal (Russia), Westpac bank (New Zealand), Rabobank

  • Theme for 2019

    When agile is believed to be in the DNA of your company, what else can you do? How can you protect, sustain and further grow your agile practice?

    What is our response to top-down re-organizations, economic turndowns, resistance from non-agile functions?

    Call for action!

    Companies are committed to become more agile. It allows them to respond more quickly to changing market conditions.

     

    But as the saying goes: getting at the top is easier than staying there. And it is even harder to push yourself beyond the top. The same applies for your agile transformation.

     

    In this event we are going to explore how to protect, sustain and further grow your agile practice. What are our opportunities and threats?

    Who should attend?

    We're aiming for anyone who has a stake in their companies' agile practice. Together, at each level, you can protect, sustain and grow your agile practice.

     

    To name a few roles that we expect: scrum team members, scrum master, product owner, agile coach, architect, release train engineers, portfolio owners, functional and executive leaders.

     

    And we are aiming for agility across the entire organization, so all functions are expected. From IT, Marketing, Sales, Customer Service, HR, Finance to Product Development and Manufacturing.

    Why you should go

    • Better than any formal training. Get tomorrow's training from today's leading voices.
    • Connect with expert speakers in the field of Agility and Agile Organizations.
    • Learn from Agile companies such as Volkswagen. Join our workshops and short Open Space.
    • Optional Master Classes. More enrichment and take-away's for you and your company.
    • A fun and interactive warm-up evening with Jurriaan Kamer.
    • Enjoy Amsterdam with its canals, museums and rich nightlife.

    Feedback from the field

    Check out some of the testimonials on LinkedIn:

  • Speaker and trainer profiles

    Stay tuned as we keep on adding speakers, companies, workshop facilitators and trainers

    Daniel Mezick (Key Note)

    Management consultant, author & keynote speaker

    Coaching executives and teams since 2006, DANIEL MEZICK is a ScrumAtScale Trainer, an expert on business agility, and an author of three books on organizational change. A frequent keynote speaker at industry conferences, Daniel’s list of clients include Capital One, INTUIT, Adobe, CIGNA, Pitney Bowes, SIEMENS Healthcare, Harvard, and dozens of smaller enterprises.

     

    His first pioneering work on culture was published in 2012. THE CULTURE GAME described 16 specific patterns that extend Agile ideas across the organization, beyond software. In 2014 he built upon those patterns and formulated the OpenSpace Agility method. “OSA” is a flexible template and engagement model for enabling lasting change in your organization. Daniel is the primary author of the OPEN SPACE AGILITY HANDBOOK , published in 2015 with several co-authors. In 2018 Daniel co-authored INVITING LEADERSHIP: Invitation-Based Change in the New World or Work™. Upon publication, this book reached #1 on the Amazon bestseller list in the Organizational Learning category.

    Jurriaan Kamer (Warm-Up Evening)

    Speaker | Organization designer | Change agent | And writer!

    In June 2019 we can expect Jurriaan's first book 'Formule X - Hoe zorg je voor extreme versnelling in je organisatie'. This book is written together with Rini van Solingen, who we got to know best from his legendary book 'The power of Scrum'. The first publication is in Dutch; English is expected soon there-after. Jurriaan's talk on Wednesday evening will of course be in English.

     

    So in effect, when attending Agile Amsterdam 2019, you will be one of the first ones to learn from their key insights.

     

    As a courtesy of Agile Amsterdam 2019, you can expect a Raffle as soon as the book is published!

    Patricia Kong

    Keynote speaker and Product Owner of the Scrum.org enterprise solutions

    Patricia Kong is the Product Owner of the Scrum.org enterprise solutions program which includes the Nexus Framework, Evidence-Based Management, Scrum Studio and Scrum Development Kit. She also created and launched the Scrum.org Partners in Principle Program.

    Michelle Siau

    Agile Transformation Coach at VodafoneZiggo​

    Finding what makes people tick is the operative term when wanting to change culture and behaviour. It's what I believe makes that you can go from doing Agile to being Agile. Michelle is currently part of the transformation of VodafoneZiggo towards an Agile culture.

    Teun van der Vorm

    CIO at de Persgroep​

    Teun has a lot of experience in complex companies with many different brands and platforms. He combines this with a great passion to bring people together around challenging goals.

     

    According to Teun: 'De Persgroep is really a fascinating story, in the midst of a major digital transformation in the media world, growing both autonomously and through acquisitions, and really far with agile works and culture'.

     

    Teun will share his exciting experience at Agile Amsterdam 2019.

    Henk van der Schuur

    Customer Cloud Director and EnterpreNerd at Schuberg Philis

    Henk van der Schuur is a leader in software product development. Currently, he works at Schuberg Philis, a company with no managers and full self-organization.

     

    Henk is passionate about topics such as agile software production, continuous delivery, DevOps, and the cultural, organizational and technological changes associated with these approaches.
     

    In his talk, Henk will share insights and lessons learned from executing an agile, value-based contract: Schuberg Philis completely rewrote their outsourcing contracts for incremental software value delivery. A huge step forward in finding the balance between predictability, change and value for money.

    Cheryl Tansey

    Coach of Coaches at Westpac New Zealand Limited​

    I'm on a mission to revolutionise & humanise the way we work. As an agility coach, I focus on the Human Development of People in organisations. Especially when facing rapid-change. I work with individuals & teams to strengthen their capacity for change and maximise effectiveness. I align with trail-blazing organisations, who genuinely care about the products they build. And the people that build them.

     

    At the bank Westpac New Zealand Limited, I am supporting the growth and development of awesome Agile Coaches.

    Andres Jansen

    SAFe Program Consultant Trainer (Candidate) at Blinklane & thought leader ‘Agile in Control’

    Critical roles are often forgotten in Lean-Agile transformations, like (Business) controllers. We're not always as inclusive as we should be. This anti-pattern leads to less robust systems. Systems that might not hold in the next economic recession.

     

    Andres is pointing out a threat to any agile transformation. But Andres is also offering a solution. His topic contributes directly to the theme of this year's conference. How to protect, sustain and further grow your agile practice.

     

    Ndres inspired/trained hundreds of controllers/auditors, defining new ways to create grip in the Agile workspace and implementing Agile performance measurement (KPI's & Transformation Dashboards).

    Arthur von Kriegenbergh (Master Class Trainer)

    Agile Coach. Design Sprint Facilitator.

    Helping teams collaborate effectively to deliver impactful products since 2009, Arthur von Kriegenbergh is a freelance Agile Coach and Design Sprint facilitator.

     

    Arthur facilitated Design Sprints for organisations including De Consumentenbond (Dutch Consumer Association), BMW, and ING. Also, he ran Design Sprints with 200 high school students at the same time.

     

    Complementing his four-week online training on becoming a Design Sprint facilitator yourself, Arthur offers a Master Class on Design Sprints on Friday, September 27th.

    Liat Palace

    Director, Head of Agile and DevOps Transformation at Amdocs

    When you make people feel that their current reality is unbearable, this is the moment that gives you an opportunity to create real change.


    I believe that every day is an opportunity to do something extraordinary.

     

    My mission is to transform Amdocs, the biggest telecommunication software provider, An organization with over 27,000 employees spread over 85 countries.

    Barry Overeem

    The liberators

    Barry is the co-founder of The Liberators, a company that liberates organisations from outdated
    modes of working and learning. Bringing in fresh energy and creativity, Barry creates space for
    everyone to be involved in shaping the future and making a positive impact. Barry is a
    Professional Scrum Trainer and course steward at Scrum.org. Barry shares his insights by
    providing training, facilitating workshops, speaking at conferences and writing blog posts. Barry
    speaks fluently Dutch & English. However, when working with groups, he enjoys using the
    language of Liberating Structures the most.

    Christiaan Verwijs

    The liberators

    Christiaan enjoys igniting positive change in teams and organisations. It is his strong belief that
    people should be empowered to drive change themselves, rather than being told by
    management or consultants how to change. Always aiming a bit too high, his mission is to
    liberate the world from dehumanizing and demotivating workplaces by helping organizations
    find better ways to tap into the creativity, the intelligence and the wisdom of people. He is a
    Professional Scrum Trainer and course steward at Scrum.org, avid writer and loves using
    Liberating Structures when working with groups. He is also quite a nerd.

    Dmitriy Gorbachev

    Business System Development Director at Severstal​

    • Leader of the Severstal Agile transformation
    • Managing an Agile centre of expertise, Severstal Start-up Acceleration Program (‘SteelTech’) and multiple projects in process and product innovations.
    • For more than 10 years has been engaged in project activities to improve operational efficiency and to introduce Lean production in mechanical engineering industry.
    • MBA General Management program at the Stockholm School of Economics.

    Vladimir Stoyakin

    Transformation business partner at Severstal​

    • Supporting the top team in major changes in company’s strategy and operating model
    • Critical friend’ on value agenda, agile, corporate culture and talent development
    • Led a multiple projects in strategy consulting and automotive industry
    • Professional interests include change management, business model innovations, agile, talent management
    • MBA at Alliance Manchester Business School, PhD in political science

    Jan Zerkowski

    Roche - Innovation Facilitation

    Jan is Project Coordinator for Future Products & Innovation Facilitator Manager at Roche. Together with Rico Gessner, he is part of the team tasked with transforming the swiss affiliate into an agile organisation. Experiencing agile methodologies with the teams in concrete business examples is key to prompt a mindset change. By giving the example of Roche's swiss affiliate agile transformation journey, both can outline how to start a transformation with more than 160 people.

    Rico Gessner

    Roche - Innovation Facilitation

    Rico is Product Manager & Innovation Facilitator Manager at Roche. Together with Jan Zerkowski, he is part of the team tasked with transforming the swiss affiliate into an agile organisation. Experiencing agile methodologies with the teams in concrete business examples is key to prompt a mindset change. By giving the example of Roche's swiss affiliate agile transformation journey, both can outline how to start a transformation with more than 160 people.

    Joris Lange

    Area Lead Service & Beheer for the tribe Wonen Rabobank

    Mijn naam is Joris Lange (43) en werk als Area Lead Service & Beheer voor de Tribe Wonen Rabobank. Vanuit Service & Beheer zijn we verantwoordelijk voor al onze bestaande hypotheekklanten. De purpose van onze Area: Gedurende de looptijd van je hypotheek bieden we je altijd actueel inzicht en informatie in je hypotheek, zodat jij je hypotheek optimaal kan laten aansluiten bij jouw persoonlijke situatie. Daar staan wij voor en daar zorgen wij voor.

    Op dit moment zitten we midden in een transitie om volledig busdevops te worden. Deze transitie gaat met vallen en opstaan. Mijn droom: dat de teams volledig zelf in de lead komen en gezamenlijk bepalen waar aan gewerkt moet worden.

  • Agenda

    Several tracks with speakers, workshops and Open Space are offered. You can hop on and hop off after each talk, workshop or Open Space round. A massive opportunity to learn and to expand your network.

    September 25 | Wednesday

    Warm-up Evening

     

    18:00 - 18:30 | Arrival invitees*

    18:30 - 19:30 | Opening & Volkswagen (tbc)

    19:30 - 20:30 | Jurriaan Kamer (Formula X - new book!)

    20:30 - 21:30 | Drinks

     

    *Sandwiches served

    September 26 | Thursday

    Conference, Workshops & Open Space

     

    09:00 - 10:00 | Opening and Key Note by Daniel Mezick

     

    10:15 - 11:00 Theater room | VodafoneZiggo

    10:15 - 11:00 Studio room | Amdocs

     

    11:15 - 12:00 Theater room | New Zealand Bank (Workshop style)

    11:15 - 12:00 Studio room | Rabobank (Workshop style)

     

    12:00 - 13:00 | Lunch

     

    13:00 - 14:00 Theater room | Workshop by Patricia Kong

    13:00 - 14:00 Studio room | Workshop by Daniel Mezick

     

    14:15 - 14:45 Theater room | Schuberg Philis

    14:15 - 14:45 Studio room | Roche

     

    15:00 - 15:30 Theater room | Andres Jansen

    15:00 - 15:45 Studio room | The Liberators

     

    16:00 - 17:30 Theater room | Open Space

     

    17:30 | Close Out & Drinks

    September 27 | Friday

    Master Classes (optional)

     

    09:00 - 12:30 Studio room | The Liberators

    09:00 - 12:30 The Foyer | Design Sprinting

    09:00 - 12:30 Bank's secret | Evidence-based Management

     

    12:30 - 14:00 | Sandwiches and close out

  • Expand your learning by following one of our Master Classes

    When entering your order, you can choose your peferred Master Class

    Option 1 | Liberating Structures - an Antidote for Zombie Scrum​

    by Barry Overeem & Christiaan Verwijs

    The goal behind the antidote for zombie Scrum is to call attention to the alarming condition of Scrum in many organizations. With their blog 'Symptoms, Causes and Treatment' they aspire to decrease the chances of a further Zombie-Scrum outbreak!

     

    Further details of this popular Master Class will follow shortly, but expect an meaningful, entertaining learning experience.

    Option 2 | How to use Design Sprints to give your agile teams wings​

    by Arthur von Kriegenbergh

    Guessing is no longer good enough for agile teams, you need to have solutions that actually solves customer's problems. But how can you figure this out for new projects?

     

    Design Sprint are the fastest way to validate your assumptions through prototyping and testing with real end users. See if your next project is actually worth building in just four days. Don't wast months off time, invest only a week.

     

    The Design Sprint is a pressure cooker, it feels like a four-day hackathon. On day 1 you start mapping and sketching out the problem, and define the questions you want to answer during the week. Day 2 is decision day, and you focus on the best solutions to prototype. During day 3 you rapidly build the high-fidelity prototype, which you use to validate our assumptions on day 4.

     

    After this Master Class you know how a Design Sprint helps an agile team get from strategy to execution in just four days. You worked with fellow participants to understand why the recipe works. Also, you can apply Design Sprint elements to your regular meetings. Making them more effective and fun at the same time.

    Option 3 | Evidence-Based Management as a means to protect, sustain and grow your Agile practice

    by Joe Krebs & Nils Oud

    Evidence-Based Management (EBM) is a measurement framework that helps organizations to continuously improve toward their big goals so that they can achieve sustainable growth.

     

    With hard 'evidence-based' data at hand, leadership stays committed to your agile practice. Even in times of economic and political pressures, your leadership will appreciate EBM as an opportunity as opposed to seeing it as a cost. EBM becomes an essential framework to protect, sustain and further grow your Agile practice.

     

    Join us in this workshop and walk away with an EBM framework that you immediately can put into use in your own organization.

  • Quiz | Learn & prepare for Jurriaan's talk on September 25, 19:30

    Mondays: Receive your question

    Fridays: Receive your answer & find out if you are the Winner

    • Agile Amsterdam is a brand of incrementor.com
    • We provide agile coaching, training and staffing golbally, with offices in New York and Amsterdam. 
    • Contact us to find out what we can do for you.

    Additional Quiz notes:

    • Start date: July 15
    • 4 Rounds
    • English book expected from Q4
    • A signed copy is possible on our September 25 warm-up evening!
  • Registration

    Tickets & Group Discounts

  • Training Bundels

    On September 24 we provide an affiliated training. Make use of the discounted price!

    Sept 24 | Inviting Leadership Level 1 Certification

    A 1-day level 1 (Associate-level) certificate in Inviting Leadership.

     

    Bundle price: 600 Euro*

    (*when attending Agile Amsterdam 2019)

     

    Not bundled price: 750 Euro

     

    by Daniel Mezick

  • Company Partnering

    Interested in becoming a partner? Please contact us for details

    We offer Gold, Silver and Bronze Partnerships

    Partnership may include:

    • Exhibit space with your own banner
    • Company logo on website and event App
    • Free tickets to Agile Amsterdam 2019
    • Discount on affiliated trainings
  • FAQ

    Not all questions can be found here. Don't hesitate to reach out to us directly.

    Tobacco Theater & Directions

    You wouldn’t expect it, walking around the small street Nes, the cultural main street of Amsterdam. An impressively high room of 200 m² (over 2000 square feet), constructed of steel and rough white plaster. Industrial, fresh, sturdy and with an obvious love for design and history.

     

    This secret location in the heart of Amsterdam has been the stage for many amazing theater dinners, international product presentations and music presentations, congresses, events, and loving theater performances.

     

    Please follow Tobacco's webpage to obtain the most recent and accurate directions:

     

    https://tobacco.nl/en/contact/route/

     

    Tickets & Theme lunch

    Tickets

    On the event itself, there is no need to bring your ticket with you. We use a guest list.

     

    Theme lunch

    When we get closer to the event, we will contact you to see if you are interested to join a theme lunch with us. We will organize different "theme" tables and this offers you a nice opportunity to meet some other attendees and to discuss your topic of interest.

     

    Master Class Preferences

    When ordering, you can indicate your preferred Master Class. If it occurs that a Master Class has not drawn enough participants, then we will contact you for your second preferred Master Class.

    Code Of Conduct

    All Agile Amsterdam community members are expected to comply with our Agile Amsterdam Code of Conduct:

    • We drive toward equality and inclusion of diversity representation, expertise and involvement. We value diverse idea representation to empower the Agile Amsterdam community and we believe everyone is better off when more ideas are shared.
    • In support of this mission, Agile Amsterdam 2019 ensures a respectful, safe and inclusive environment for everyone. We encourage everyone to help in creating a welcoming and safe environment.

    If you notice any concerns, please contact the Agile Amsterdam event organizers and/or email to info@agileamsterdam.nl.

    Cancellation

    Leading up to the event, please note our following refund and cancellation Policy:

    • If you cancel before May 31 2019, you will be refunded your registration fee less a 10% administrative processing fee
    • If you cancel on or after June 01 2019, but before July 31 2019, you will be refunded 50% of your registration fee
    • If you cancel on or after August 01 2019 but before August 31, 2019, you will be refunded 25% of your registration fee
    • If you cancel on or after September 01 2019, you will not be eligible for a refund

    At all times you are able to transfer your registration to someone else. Please contact us so that we can maintain our files.

    Hotels

    The nearby hotels that we approached, claim that their best prices can be found via the larger hotel sites, such as:

    We therefore recommend to use these booking sites.

  • The team behind Agile Amsterdam

    Nils Oud @ Agile Amsterdam 2017 Conference

    Partner within incrementor. Agilist. Speaker. Coach. Trainer.

    From within my passion for Lean and Agility practices, I commit myself in nourishing and cultivating the Agile mindset. The email address of Nils is noud@incrementor.com.

    Jochen Krebs @ Agile Amsterdam 2017 Conference

    Owner of Incrementor. Agilist. Speaker. Coach. Trainer.

    Joe is a proud sponsor of Agile NYC. After 10 years of success in NYC, Joe decided to expand his global business to Amsterdam. To Europe. His roots. Go to Incrementor.com to learn all about Agile Transformation. Joe's email address is jkrebs@incrementor.com.

    Jochen Krebs @ Agile Amsterdam 2017 Conference

    One Team

    Incrementor International

    Incrementor has successfully specialized in Agile Transformations for the past 10 years. With head offices in New York and Amsterdam, Incrementor is able to serve clients globally.

  • Contact Us

    For any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to the Agile Amsterdam team!

  • Agile Amsterdam 2017

    Agile Amsterdam truly nourishes and develops the Agile mindset.

    What did our audience say?

    We received a score of 4.5 out of 5! (150 respondents)

    'An inspiring event that I did not want to miss out on!' - Gamebasics
    'Great, provocative, learning and very agile event' - Renze J. Klamer
    'High-energy and inspiring event on a beautiful location, with great speakers and even better attendees' - Arthur von Kriegenbergh

    A selection of our 2017 speakers

    Jeff Sutherland, Niels Pflaeging, Jurgen Appelo, Spotify and more

    The theme was Agile Leadership. Our general consensus is that the companies are still run top-down with little agility, while the staff executing the work are really trying to work agile. This leads to contradictions.

    Links to photos and presentations

    Key notes, company presentations and photo's

    Follow this link to all media of Agile Amsterdam 2017

    Donations to charity

    We want to give back to our community

    We almost donated 3000 Euro to charity. A practice we will continue to follow over the next years.

  • Agile Amsterdam 2018

    Again the media was unanimous:

     

    'Congratulations for the organizer of the congress, Nils Oud (Agilist at Incrementor). As far as I am concerned, he has set up a 'boutique' conference: quirky, small-scale and of high quality. The well-organized and wonderful diverse group of invited guests from different countries managed to inspire each other thanks to the top speakers and the mutual contacts' - Saskia Aalberts, Frankwatching

    Video Impression

    A 2 minute inspiring video

    The short video gives a good impression of Agile Amsterdam 2018. And of course this is the quality and innovation that you can expect in 2019 as well.

     

    Follow this link to all media of Agile Amsterdam 2018.

    LinkedIn Testimonials

    A small selection of the many posts on LinkedIn

    Agile Amsterdam on Agility@Scale was really exciting! - Emil Verheijen (VodafoneZiggo)

    #Agile Amsterdam 2018 was awesome! - Valentijn Mees (Bosch)

    I learned a lot and also I had so much fun at Agile Amsterdam - Yolanda Reis Carrer

    I found it a very inspirational event. See you again next year! - Peter Stevens (Shell)

    Such a brilliant event. I think I need to this to my annual events calendar! - Cheryl Tansey

    Open Space

    We included an Open Space

    The Open Space was ideal for people to connect on a more intimate level. They share the same passion for a topic, real issues were discussed and connections are made for for life. At the same time we ran a series of talks parallel for those who did not want to participate in the Open Space.

    Gamification

    More fun and learning through gamification

    This year we added some gamification elements. A fun way to learn new things and to take away for use at your own company!

    Master Classes

    Deep enrichment

    The Master Classes were again very populair. Acquired knowledge and interest from the event are further deepened. The aim is always for the participants to take away stuff that can be applied in their own company. Value you can turn into practice!

    Donations

    And again we donated more than 2500 Euro to charity funds!

    E.g. Britta Sluis donated to Stichting MORRIS, and Jurriaan Kamer to KWF kankerbestrijding. More donations can be found on the Community Page.

  • Agile Amsterdam Services

    So what do we do? Agile Amsterdam is a brand of incrementor and as such, we offer a diverse range of agile services

    Agile Events

    Every year we organize one major Agile event. Agile Amsterdam 2017 received a score of 4.5 on a scale of 5. We had Jeff Sutherland speaking and companies such as Spotify, Bol.com and ING. Agile Amsterdam 2018 received even better scores. Check out our video impression! And Agile Amsterdam 2019 is now set for September 25-27.

    Agile Services

    We organize in-house and on-demand Agile events, Master Classes and Certified trainings. We provide Coaching and Staffing, Private Consultations and Agile Transformation Services. Agile Amsterdam works in partnership with Incrementor; a global operating company with an homebase in New York and in Amsterdam.

    Agile Community

    We value to stay in touch with the Agile community. We regularly donate to charity. We organize virtual events, such as Round Tables and Lean Coffees. And we write blogs; our latest blog received over 2000 likes on LinkedIn! And we regularly publish newsletters in the realm of Agility. They are well received and we encourage you to sign up.

  • The Agile Community

    We value to stay in touch with the Agile Community.

    Therefore we organize Round Tables, Lean Coffees, Newsletters and more.

    And yes - we also care for the greater community. We make considerable donations.

    Lean Coffee | Agile in EDUCATION

    December 12, 2018 | 13:00

    Let’s take a strategic look: how do we prepare our next generation to flourish in the Agile company. It is about the school boards, the teachers and the students.

    Lean Coffee | Agile in FINANCE

    January 17, 2019 | 14:00

    What does the agile finance function look like? To serve an agile business, an agile finance function needs to develop and offer new skills. In addition to the traditional accountant’s skill set, critical thinking, relationship building, and understanding of the business model, advanced analytical skills are required. Let's explore Agility in the Finance function; discuss budgeting, ROI and much more.

    Lean Coffee | Agile in MARKETING

    February 14, 2019 | 14:00

    Agile, in the marketing context, means using data and analytics to continuously source promising opportunities or solutions to problems in real time, deploying tests quickly, evaluating the results, and rapidly iterating. At scale, a high-functioning agile marketing organization can run hundreds of campaigns simultaneously and multiple new ideas every week. Let's discuss!

    Lean Coffee | Agile in HR

    March 21, 2019 | 14:00

    Can HR Become Agile? After conducting 2 successful 'Agile in HR' lean coffee sessions, a third was requested. Continue with us in exploring Agility within the HR function. What are the different roles that HR may play within an organization?

  • The Blog

    Thoughts, musings, and ruminations.

  • We care about the world. We donate.

    Also participants working for Charity organizations receive special discount.

    Samples of our 2017 donations:

    • 500 USD - St Bernard Project for disaster relief (on behalf of Jeff Sutherland)
    • 175 Euro - Doctors Without Borders (on behalf of Bob Gower)
    • 175 Euro - The Red Cross (on behalf of Joakim Sunden)
    • 175 Euro - St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (on behalf of Joe Krebs)
    • 175 Euro - KWF kankerbestrijding (on behalf of Jurriaan Kamer)
    • 175 Euro - Dierenbescherming (on behalf of Kim Bosman)
    • 175 Euro - Wakker Dier (on behalf of Kim van Wilgen)
    • 175 Euro - Stichting Lichter (on behalf of Leonoor Koomen)
    • 175 Euro - Stichting ChunriChoupaal (on behalf of Menno Vis and Mary Gouseti)
    • 175 Euro - The Red Cross (St. Maarten) (on behalf of Rins Wijma)
    • 175 Euro - UNICEF Nederland ('Water voor scholen') (on behalf of Teun van der Vorm)
    • 175 Euro - Chennai India (on behalf of Maris Prabhakaran M)

    Samples of our 2018 donations:

    • 175 Euro - Amnesty (on behalf of Jeff Gothelf)
    • 175 Euro - De Prinses Maxima Centrum Foundation (on behalf of Daniel Gebler)
    • 175 Euro - The Hope Clinic (on behalf of Richard Sheridan)
    • 175 Euro - KWF kankerbestrijding (on behalf of Jurriaan Kamer)
    • 175 Euro - Mind Mental Health (on behalf of Kelly Waters)
    • 175 Euro - Save the children (on behalf of Giacomo Parato)
    • 175 Euro - Altzheimer stichting (on behalf of Diana Russo)
    • 175 Euro - Stichting Morris (on behalf of Britta Sluis)
    • 175 Euro - Stichting Heka Leka (on behalf of Djoro Loupatty)
    • 175 Euro - St Jude’s Hospital (on behalf of Khushpreet Kaur)
    • 175 Euro - Diabetes Fonds (on behalf of Nils Oud)
    • 175 Euro - World Bicycle Relief (on behalf of Maarten Lindenbergh)
    • And more
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