In the Agile community, since last year, we talk more and more about the book “Reinventing Organizations” by Frederic Laloux.
In his book, Frederic speaks of a new way of organizing business. Through Self-management where people can be themselves and by doing something that makes sense.
Sweet Utopia you say? Well not exactly! Everything Frédéric quotes in his book, was observed in real organizations. Without knowing each others, they have established joint mechanisms, going in the same direction. And everything is (very) profitable.
Want to know more? I invite you to look at his conference:
Voici quelques nouvelles de mes activités et de l’Agilité en Belgique.
Nouvelle formation: Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)
Vous le savez sans doute depuis que je suis CST (Certified Scrum Trainer) je donne maintenant des formation certifiantes. Notamment la formation CSM: Certified Scrum Master (plus d’informations via ce lien)
Et bien je suis heureux de vous annoncer que mon offre de formation s’est étoffée, en effet maintenant je dispense également la formation CSPO: Certified Scrum Product Owner. Cette formation est plus axée sur le rôle du Product Owner, la personne proche du côté métier ou Business dans Scrum. Je vous invite à consulter cette page qui détaille le programme de cette formation.
The Agile Belgium Community is calling for speakers for the 3rd edition of Agile Tour Brussels, which will take place on October 31st, 2014 in Brussels, Belgium.
What’s Agile Tour Brussels?
Agile Tour Brussels (http://www.atbru.be) is one of the biggest agile conferences in Belgium. Last year we gathered 180 attendees and speakers from Belgium, France, U.S, U.K, Luxemburg, Netherlands and Sweden to share our passion for Agile. The purpose of this conference is to gather in one place Agile practitioners and people wanting to know more about Agile.
Core Scrum is a brief statement by the Scrum Alliance on the essentials of Scrum. It is our view that to be doing Scrum, a team must be doing at least the things described in this page. Naturally, every team does many more things than just “Core Scrum”, but this page represents the bare minimum.