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Past event: Transform Academy: Agile for the Real World

Today’s workplaces are complex and organisations and their people need the right skills and methodologies to navigate them. Knowing how to work in an agile way is a great place to start.

Agile methods are widely documented with a lively and easily accessible expert community which now includes using agile outside of its foundations in software development. However, the conditions and drivers of success in agile can be elusive or even closely guarded. Any change can be hard to start and harder still to accelerate early on. Our aim is to lift the lid on agile, making it accessible to all.

In September 2022, Transform launched its Academy programme with our first workshop “Agile for the real world”. Feedback was inspiring - both on the content and the chance to share and learn from attendees' experiences. So, we are opening our doors again.

We’ll share the expertise we’ve accumulated working with clients, drawing on years of practical agile experience. You won’t find this unique introduction to the topic anywhere else. It’s suitable for people new to agile and skilled practitioners looking for fresh ideas to set direction for successful agile adoption.

In a full morning we’ll cover:

  • What agile really means and how it helps

  • Is agile really different to how I work today? - how will it be better?

  • The critical foundations - what really matters

  • Agile working habits and how they can help almost any team

  • Ideas for kick starting agile working

What: Agile for the Real World

When: Tuesday 17th January 2023

Time: 09:00-12:30 pm - lunch and networking to follow

Where: Transform, 60 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 7RT

Spaces are strictly limited as this is an interactive workshop. If you’d like to join us or would like a colleague or team member to attend, email to register a place.

Transform’s Academy programme is a series of workshops delivered every few months, covering a variety of topics around the key areas impacting organisations today.

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