Many thanks to Michael Sahota who yesterday ran an interactive webinar talking about the 'Certified Agile Leadership' course and answering questions that people had about Agile Leadership and about the course.
On 19-20 April we will be delivering a one-off certification course in Auckland - Certified Agile Leadership, with international trainer and Certified Enterprise Coach Michael Sahota.
In my previous articles in this series I have spoken about my experiences helping a government development team improve their capability.
In the first article Introducing Agile in Government – part 1: Assessing current state I assessed current state and as a result decided on an initial course of action to implement Kanban, with the goal of:
In my previous post Introducing Agile in Government – part 1: Assessing current state, I introduced that I’ve been helping a government development team improve their capability. In that post I spoke about how I assessed the team’s current state and what I found. In this article I continue discussing the experiences during the work with a focus on implementing Kanban within the team.
For the last 8 months I've been helping a development team in a government department improve their development capability. Part of this involved introducing various concepts normally found under the "Agile" and "Lean" umbrella terms. This blog post is the beginning of a series recounting my experiences during this work. I hope this is of use if you are introducing Agile in government teams.