Agile helps people and organizations to achieve awesomeness by optimizing flow, accelerating innovation, and enable people to experience happiness at work.
Do You Want to Achieve Awesomeness?
Attend the week of certifications, workshops, and conference -- learn how to Deliver Value Faster to Customers and Experience Frictionless Collaboration.
Location: Tucson Convention Center
Register for Friday, March 15, 2019 and Saturday, March 16, 2019 Conferences
Register For Agile Open and Agile Coach Camp Arizona
Agile Open Arizona Event Date: Friday, March 15, 2019
Agile Coach Camp Event Date: Saturday, March 16, 2019
Do you have a topic you want to share and experience with others?
Are you an aspiring or experienced agile coach and want to discover or share new practices?
Where: Tucson Convention Center - 260 S. Church Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701
Earn Project Management Institute PDUs and Scrum Alliance SEUs
ICAgile Coaching Certification
Cocuses primarily on the mindset, roles, and responsibilities of an Agile Coach
High-Performance Teams: Core Protocols for Psychological Safety and EI
Want awesome teams that build great products? Great teams don’t happen by accident. And they don’t have to take a long time to build.
A Recipe for Implementing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
Is Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) a topic of conversation in your organization? If it is, have you thought about how to implement as a sustainable practice? If you are not discussing DEI, have you asked why not?
Introduction to Agile Workshop
What is Agile and why does it continue to be so popular? Are Agile methods appropriate in any context? This workshop is an introduction to Agile, rather than a specific Agile methodology (like Scrum or Kanban).
Getting Real Without Getting Fired
Are important words often left unsaid at your place of work? Do you feel like you're navigating a complex maze in conversations? Trust and communication issues within the workplace can hollow out an organization.
Over 20+ Years
Open Space Technology
Organizational consultant Harrison Owen originated Open Space in the mid-80s, after he observed--during a conference he had organized--that most of the really meaningful conversations and active learning seemed to take place outside of the formal presentations. Since then, groups of 5 to 2000 members across a host of disciplines have used Open Space meetings to address complex and varied themes from how to build a software product to how to deliver aid to Africa.