Hur kan man arbeta praktiskt med Agile Management för att driva förändring och optimalt affärsvärde av IT?
Andrew Kallman som har var med och skrivit bästsäljaren "The Nehemiah Effect” besöker Stockholm och håller ett seminarium på engelska om hur man går från traditionell utveckling till agil utveckling.
"We would like to introduce to your our guest for the seminar on 10 March at DF. Andrew Kallman is an Enterprise Agile Coach and Flow Certified Trainer, here in Sthlm. He and his brother Ted are the co-authors of “The Nehemiah Effect” as well as their newest book “Flow.” Spotify recently did a survey of Agilists on which books they should read if they want to be a really great Agile Coach - scroll down the page at the link and you will find Nehemiah Effect on that recommended reading list.
Nehemiah Effect has actually performed quite well in the US on Amazon.com. For example, it has been #1 in four sub-categories (Decision-making, Business, Consulting and Project Management) during 5 of the last 21 months (most recently #1 again this past September), #2 during two other months and top 10 in almost every other month. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Andrew and Ted’s Agile thought leadership.
Sounds great, right? So, what does this have to do with my daily work? Join us and find out the “what” and the “why” on 10 March at the next Agile Performance Management network meeting at Dataföreningen.
Look forward to seeing you there!"
- 17.30 programpunkt 1
- 18.00 programpunkt 2
- 18.10 programpunkt 3
Lär dig mer om "The Nehemiah effect"
Plats: Kompetenscenter, Fleminggatan 7
Tid: 17:30 - 20:00
Kostnad: Ingen kostnad för medlemmar i Dataföreningen. Icke medlemmar betalar 200 kr inkl moms.
Agile Performance Management