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Meetup Mashup: Remote Agile Framework
August 7, 2020 @ 11:00 - 12:30 SAST
We’re excited to invite you to a Meetup mashup with 4 different Meetup groups:
– Agile Kenya
– Scrum user Group South Africa (SUGSA) – Cape Town and Johannesburg
– Hacking Remote Facilitation (HRF)
– Agile Nigeria
Here’s what you can expect:
11h10: Meet someone new: speed networking
11h30: Remote Agile Framework Talk
Remote Agile Framework Talk: 30-40 minutes
Andrew and Tony have a belief that with the advent of COVID19 the world is moving to where working remotely is the ” Next Normal”. This presents the opportunity to rethink the way that we work for the better, building closer communities, more sustainable working practices for organisations and the planet.
To that point, they will introduce you to Remote AF the world’s first framework for effective remote working.
They will discuss the principles that anchor the framework and how Remote AF has been designed with the levels of the organisation in mind.
Enterprise: Using patterns to make strategy accessible, enabling autonomous decision making with directional alignment.
Team of Teams: Patterns to align teams with data for effective planning, governance and delivery.
Teams: Designing to evolve teams in order to fit the nature of the problem that they are solving.
Andrew is a founder of remoteaf.co, the world’s first framework for effective remote working, and elabor8.com.au, Australia’s leading lean/agile consultancy. He is an experienced technology leader with expertise in strategy, organisational design, complex facilitation and adaptive leadership.
Tony is one of the co-authors of remoteaf.co and principal consultant for elabor8.com.au. He specialises in coaching leaders , individuals and organisations in agility in order to build high performing organisations with a focus on how this can be done using remote techniques. He is a recognised contributor and leader in the agile community in Australia and globally for over 20 years and part of the global Heart of Agile movement for which he serves as a Heart of Agile Method Guide.