Equinox IT becomes DASA DevOps Training Partner and Forerunner

by Brendon Livingstone on 24/07/2019 11:30

New Zealand IT consultancy Equinox IT has become a Training Partner and Forerunner Member of the DevOps Agile Skills Association (DASA).

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Presenting on digital business analysis at IIBA meet-up

by John Barris on 26/06/2019 01:00

Last week I presented on the topic 'Digital business analysis - thinking differently in the age of digital disruption' at the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) meet-up in Wellington.

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Interview: Rowan Bunning on Advancing the ScrumMaster role

by Brendon Livingstone on 04/07/2018 12:30

Certified Scrum Trainer Rowan Bunning and Equinox IT have a new training course Advanced Certified ScrumMaster that is now available in New Zealand.

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IAG New Zealand's Daniel Scott-Raynsford presents on their journey to the cloud

by Brendon Livingstone on 07/06/2018 10:00

Shane Ross introduced Daniel Scott-Raynsford of IAG New Zealand at our client event a couple of weeks ago, and in the process he provided some context on why we approached IAG to speak. Many examples of successful DevOps, Agile and Cloud adoption focus on start-up and high-growth companies who are able to bake in these approaches from the start, unencumbered by legacy technology, strict regulatory controls and deep-rooted structures and ways of working.

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Interview: Michael Sahota on Agile leadership and high performance organisations

by Jasmin Wilkins on 21/11/2017 09:00

Last month I attended the Wellington Certified Agile Leadership (CAL1) course delivered by Toronto-based Certified Enterprise Coach Michael Sahota and hosted by Equinox IT.

It was a two day journey into the leadership difference between 'doing Agile' and 'being Agile', and a discussion about the conditions needed to ‘be Agile’. Michael took us through his high performance playbook, with a focus on the importance of leadership, culture and change in success – and an exploration of why telling teams to "go do Agile" doesn’t result in the high performance teams we need in our organisations.

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