Archive for November 2013

Waterloo Agile Lean Nov 26th P2P – Sustaining agile change

November 15, 2013

What?: Your organization just completed an Agile transformation and the help is gone. Your organization is left on its own to ensure its successful. Many delivery teams have adopted the new way of working and are trying to apply practices as best as possible. With mixed success, many staff are expressing concerns over sustaining the changes and ensuring consistency in the way they deliver.

It is up to every team and individual to ensure change sticks. Learn how an organization can sustain agile change after a large transformation and what it takes to be successful. This session will explore the importance of individuals and how the organization supports their growth and learning.

When?: Tuesday 26th November, 2013 from 5:00p.m. to 6:30p.m.

Where?: Economical Insurance, 590 Riverbend Drive, Kitchener, Ontario. N2K 3S2

Who?: Jeff Anderson

Jeff Anderson started his professional life as your typical IT development geek, creating software delivery joy through the use of things like patterns, agile methods, and overall object oriented goodness.

For the most part he was disappointed in the way IT delivery projects were managed, the reason they were started and how they ended up. This dissatisfaction with the status quo led him to gradually embrace a new mission in life, to help IT knowledge workers to become awesome at what they do.

To that end he has created the Deloitte LEAN service offering, providing advisory, coaching, and change management services to IT departments. He has built this capability within Deloitte to help their IT clients truly transform the way they operate their business.

Over the last several years, he has played a leadership role in some of the largest Kanban based enterprise transformations worldwide. Recently he guided several large public sector organizations along the path of becoming a learning organization.

He keeps adding new thinking tools to his organizational transformation utility belt, including lean start-up, gamification, business model generation, and other collaborative, high feedback systems necessary to developing the next generation of work environments for knowledge professionals.

He is a founding fellow of the Lean For Systems and Software Consortium, a limited WIP enthusiast, and have the honor of being a lssc12 Brickell Key nominee.  He blogs frequently at

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