Rediscovering agile

Date/Time:
Thursday 17 January 2019, 6.15pm - 8.15pm

Venue:
Room 7138-7139, Sheffield Hallam University, Stoddart Building, City Campus, Sheffield, S1 2ND

Hosts: Katie Attwood (Agile Sheffield) and Eva Barabas (BCS South Yorkshire)
Facilitator: Tobias Mayer

Summary of event:
Join agile Sheffield and BCS South Yorkshire for an evening of learning and discovery as Tobias Mayer guides you through conversations and activities to increase your understanding of what it means to be agile.

It won’t be an evening of listening and watching. You’ll be encouraged to think out loud, move around and take part in pair dialogue and group conversation. Whether you're new to the Agile Manifesto or have years of experience - the evening promises to provide an opportunity for you to rediscover how it’s values and principles could guide your work and life.

About Tobias Mayer
Tobias has thirty years experience in the fields of group facilitation, social service, theatre, design, software development, theology, organisational restructuring and individual counselling. He is an experienced Scrum practitioner, author of The People's Scrum and founder/host of the London ScrumMaster Clinics.

About Katie Attwood
Katie Attwood is a self-employed business analyst who has worked on digital products and services since forever but won’t advise you on how to build a website or design a logo. She’s interested in shaping questions, collecting answers and working collaboratively across people and place. Katie is an agile Sheffield host, one of the founding members of a local women in technology group (‘ShfWIT’) and aims to be an active supporter of the digital community in Sheffield.

Agenda:
6.15pm - Refreshments (they will be available throughout the evening)
6.30pm - Activities
8.15pm - The event ends