In these uncertain times, it seems like anything could happen.
Our industry has seen huge layoffs...
And many experts predict that the US may go into a recession this year.
But here's the thing:
Agilists are uniquely positioned to respond to change.
After all, we've spent years honing our craft to deal with uncertainty and adapt to new circumstances.
And while we can't control external events like layoffs or a recession, we can control how we respond to them.
That's why this year's Agile Virtual Summit is more important than ever.
By attending, you'll learn from some of the brightest minds in the agile community, discovering the latest state-of-the-art techniques and approaches.
You'll also connect with like-minded agilists from around the world, building new relationships and learning from their experiences.
In these uncertain times, it's more important than ever to invest in yourself and your craft.
So join us for the Agile Virtual Summit and take control of your future.
If you want to feel refreshed and reconnected to your agile community, you're in the right place!
Best of all?
It's 100% FREE!
That’s right, we’re not charging for the LIVE summit, so it’s a no-brainer… grab your ticket now!
We’ve assembled 16 world-class agile speakers, and built an online space for you to connect with THOUSANDS of other agilists from around the world LIVE!
You’ll leave this summit with the latest tips, tricks and tools that you can use with your team right away.
Feeling social? Make new connections at the Lean Coffee sessions we'll be running at lunch, or during our small-group happy hour where you can connect with like-minded agilists from around the world.
Since this event is live, you’ll enjoy the opportunity to interact with speakers during Q&A in each session, and each other throughout.
Keeping up with your professional development requirements can be hard during these unusual times. Attend the summit and earn continuing education credits (PDUs and SEUs) so your certifications don’t lapse.
Feeling stuck? The optional Open Space is a fantastic place to get help with challenges you're facing at work, or to help others who need it.
The co-author and creator of Personal Kanban and the co-creator of Lean Coffee, will show you the ways around resistance to change.
The co-author of Fearless Change and More Fearless Change, will help you be aware of how noise affects our decisions.
The Head of Business Agility at Riot Games, President of ICAgile, co-founder of the Business Agility Institute, and co-author of Becoming Agile in an Imperfect World, will show you why Business Agility is best measured through capabilities, not business results.
Author of The Art & Science of Facilitation and Build Your Model for Leading Change, will help you learn a language for how to ‘read the room’ and describe the structure of what’s happening in conversations.
Author of Agile Product Management with Scrum, How to Lead in Product Management, and Strategize will help you learn how to leverage goal-oriented, outcome-based roadmaps.
If there's one thing Agilists seem to have STRONG opinions about, it's estimation.
If you've experienced these strong opinions first hand, you know it can feel like a holy war... both sides "knowing" their side is the "right" side.
But what if this well-meaning attachment to specific estimation approaches is doing more harm than good for us all?
In this session, you'll discover:
Join Adam for this session and discover values and principles you can use to help your team and organization deliver value together, instead of hyper focusing on "doing estimation right".
Once-In-A-Lifetime Curated Speakers & Actionable Content
Hi, I’m Adam.
If there's one thing I know, it's how to make learning about your team, your product, and yourself fun...
(and as you may have noticed, we could all use some fun right now)
Which is why I've assembled this fantastic group of agilists for Agile Virtual Summit 2023.
Like you, I’m spread thin these days… but I’m setting aside 5 days for some valuable agile goodness on June 5th-9th.
Join us at the summit and have some fun.
Stay agile. Never change.