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Joshua Kerievsky. 11 May

Wed 10 May 6.00-6.45pm PDT / Thur 11 May 11.00-11.45am AEST
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The Joy of Agility by Joshua Kerievsky

Joshua Kerievsky will join us to talk about his latest book, Joy of Agility, a reflection over two decades of experimenting, learning, unlearning, and reflecting on the nature of agility — including helping Industrial Logic and its global clients become more agile, applying agility to home repairs, health, fitness, parenting and more.

Joy of Agility features 6 powerful agile mantras and over 100 unforgettable stories of real people, teams and organizations that made slow and awkward things faster and easier, solved difficult problems by being readily resourceful, and adapted to change with speed and grace. This new book is your definitive guide to agility, meant for people in any profession who aspire to be agile.

Joshua is the founder and CEO of Industrial Logic, one of the oldest and most well-respected agile consultancies on the planet. Since 1996, Joshua and his global network of colleagues have helped people in teams across many industries leverage the wisdom and power of modern product development methods. An early pioneer and practitioner of Extreme Programming, Lean Software Development and Lean Startup, Joshua most recently crafted Modern Agile to help people and organizations benefit from a principle-based approach to agility.

Joshua is passionate about helping people produce awesome outcomes via genuine agility. He is an international speaker and author of the best-selling, Jolt Cola-award-winning book, Refactoring to Patterns, the forthcoming book, Joy of Agility, numerous Agile eLearning courses, and over 50 popular articles like Anzeneering, Sufficient Design and Stop Using Story Points. He’s active on Twitter, LinkedIn and the Slack community.

Joshua lives in Novato, CA.

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