Agile Leadership is the application of the Agile principles (as defined in the Agile Manifesto (www.agilemanifesto.org) to the leadership of software development projects and teams.
In addition to encompassing the core values of Agile methodologies like Scrum, XP, Kanban and Lean, Agile Leadership aims to extrapolates them to improve how teams are managed within the context of the work environment and introduce a new leadership paradigm to help teams consistently deliver better results.
This is a community hub set-up by Learning Connexions (High-end training specialists for software professionals). This group is open to all who have an interest in Agile, Scrum and related methodologies, as well as Architecture, Project Design, Java, JVM, Microsoft Technologies and much more … The purpose of this community hub is to bring professionals together to learn, discuss and network through a mixture of platforms including; speaker sessions, mentorship, coaching, professional development, online events, competitions and more.
We are officially recognised as a Scrum User Group – Endorsed by Scrum Alliance
The Agilist is a not-for-profit hand-to-hand distributed newsletter for the Agile and Lean community.
Equal Experts’ agile practitioners combine technical excellence and business pragmatism to deliver simple bespoke software solutions to big business problems.
We offset delivery risk by trusting only talented, highly experienced people to employ relentless quality processes and a “zero tolerance” attitude to defects. We make heavy use of open source technology wherever possible, which dramatically lowers total cost of ownership for clients.
By leading by example and grounding everything we do in concrete software deliveries, we are able to bring our experience to bear, helping large organizations through their digital transformation.
The company attributes its strong growth to a disruptive business model in technology, only employing senior consultants.
Become part of something bigger than you alone. Founded in 2001, Scrum Alliance® is the largest, most established and influential professional membership and certification organization in the Agile community. Scrum Alliance® is a nonprofit association, having certified more than 450,000 individuals worldwide. Its vision is to “Transform the World of Work” with a mission to guide and inspire individuals, leaders, and organizations with practices, principles, and values that create workplaces that are joyful, prosperous, and sustainable. Come sprint with us at www.ScrumAlliance.org.
ScrumExpert.com presents industry news, articles, blog posts, book reviews, tools, videos and other resources about agile software development project management with the Scrum approach
Methods & Tools is a free e-magazine providing practical expert knowledge for software development professionals. It gives software development ideas more than one page to express themselves and covers all aspects of software engineering (project and process management, software testing, architecture, requirements, etc) and contains software tools presentations. Past and future issues contain many articles on agile and lean approaches written by experts like Jeff Sutherland, Mike Cohn, Rachel Davies or Lisa Crispin.
Go to www.methodsandtools.com and get instant access to this knowledge
Balsamiq is the maker of the industry-leading rapid wireframing software that combines the simplicity of paper sketching with the power of a digital tool so that teams can focus on what’s important. Balsamiq is a small and personable company that competes on usability and customer service. Balsamiq believes work should be fun, and that life is too short for bad software.
Software is changing the world. InfoQ, a news and community site with content currently published in English, French, Chinese, Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese, empowers software developers to be agents of change in their industries. Along with QCon, our practitioner-driven conferences, InfoQ’s purpose is to facilitate the spread of knowledge and innovation in professional software development. As of 2014, InfoQ.com’s readership base is over 1,000,000 unique visitors per month reading content from 100 locally-based editors across the globe. Our goal is to continue to build localized language communities.
The first Agile Magazine, online, free and open source!
If something matter about Agile it will be on it.
The Psychology of Agile Scrum is a friendly meetup for those who are passionate about real people in Agile and would like to develop Agile knowledge and skills, share industry insight and to delve deeper into human side of Agile software development.
It is for Scrum masters, Agile Coaches, Agile Project Managers and other Agile professionals who are enthusiastic about human interactions in the world of software development.
It also has a lot to offer for those who want to learn more about psychology of Agile development, interactions between team member in software development teams and how to be better leader and coach for your team.
For anyone interested in Lean and Agile. This isn’t just for software development, this is for complete Agile transformation and application across an organisation. Our vision is to create a platform where people can; innovate and grow to be a leader of change and creatively break silos within their organisation’s.
Adventures with Agile are a global community focused on agile and organisational change. Expect advanced discussion, influential and relevant experts, certified courses and a friendly group. Their vision is to make working life better. They do this because Agile improves the way people learn, share and communicate, resulting in shorter delivery times, motivated and happier people, increase in customer value and longevity in the marketplace.
Adventures with Agile organises free events every month.
The Agile Coaching Exchange (ACE) is a great place to meet new people & learn at the same time.
Scrum Event is an endorsed Scrum Alliance User Group primarily based and operating in London. They are a user group of Scrum advocates who wish to promote the Agile and Scrum values within the community and beyond.
Check out our meet-up group for event details: www.meetup.com/ScrumEvent
A place where all the IT professionals come together! Regular meetups usually happening the last Tuesday of every month. www.meetup.com/London-Dev-Community/
To share perspectives about books related to agile methods and give feedback to the authors. By sharing we can collectively learn more from these great books and promote agile philosophies.
For further details go to: www.meetup.com/ABC-Agile-Book-Club-London/
London Dev Community Meetup is aimed at professionals within the web industry who have an interest in software development and computer science. It happens usually the last Tuesday of every Month.
We are looking for volunteers, speakers, partners, sponsors and nice places to host the event. If you are interested in or have some idea about, please contact us.
Agile Tour London is an annual conference which explores all aspects of agility and its adoption and implementation in a business environment.