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We are pleased to welcome back Jeff Dalton, this time to talk to us about: "The Agile Performance Holarchy: A model for evaluating agile performance".
Please note this event is on a Tuesday.
NY SPIN is also pleased that Wells Fargo Advisors is our exclusive venue host this season, so all meetings will be in the same location.
All discounts ends @ 5pm 4/3. Full price after that.
The Agile Performance Holarchy: A model for evaluating agile performance.
Presenter: Jeff Dalton
Date: Apr 4, 2017 (Tuesday)
Time: 5:30pm Networking, 6:00pm Event, 7:30 More networking
Location: Wells Fargo Advisors
*There will also be a brief presentation by Ronan Cox before the main presentation.
The Agile Performance Holarchy: A model for evaluating agile performance
Agile executives and leaders in both the public and private sectors have been demanding a way to objectively evaluate and understand agile performance in their organizations, and have been yearning for a model for building agile capability across the enterprise. Finally, there is a model to both evaluate agile performance and build agile capability; The Agile Performance Holarchy (APH), which draws from both the CMMI and a broad range of Agile frameworks, is that model. The APH provides a fresh new approach to evaluating agile performance and building Agile capability through a series of interdependent performance circles and behavior holons, which exist and thrive within a collection of self-team.
The APH is very different from previous models (like CMMI, ITIL, etc) in that it is “self-organizing,” and a peer-to-peer model that does not depend on the top-down command-and-control structure to be successful.
Learn new ways to evaluate agile performance
Learn how self-organization can bring a greater level of agile capability
Build agile capability with an objective model based on the CMMI, Agile Frameworks, and independent research
This meeting will be valuable to you if you are leading, or a seeking to lead, an Agile team or organization. Jeff will highlight how this innovative model works and goals you can use to raise your organization's Agile performance from one level to the next, all the way to Mastery.
Jeff Dalton is President of Broadsword, a different kind of performance innovation firm that helps engineering and software organizations get better at what they are already doing. He is a Certified Lead Appraiser, CMMI Instructor, Scrum Master and author of “Agile CMMI,” Broadsword’s leading methodology for incremental and iterative process improvement.
Jeff has been the Keynote Speaker at numerous conferences including the International Conference on CMMI in Lima, Peru, the PMI Great Lakes 2013 Symposium, the 2014 QUEST Conference and Expo, the CMMI SEPG Conference 2014, the CMMI Global Congress 2015 and Capability Counts 2016, as well as the 25th Annual Service Quality Conference 2016. He has appeared multiple times at Agile Development West, Better Software, Agile Processes and Tools, AgileDC, and at Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN) and Agile Leadership Network (ALN) meetups throughout North America.
Jeff served as the Chairman of the Partner Advisory Board at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and CMMI Institute from 2011-2014 during their transition period. He has been president of Great Lakes Software Process Improvement Network, and is a recipient of the prestigious Software Engineering Institute’s SEI Member Award for Outstanding Representative for his work uniting the Agile and CMMI communities through his popular blog “Ask the CMMI Appraiser.” He holds degrees in Music and Computer Science and builds experimental airplanes in his spare time. You can reach Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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