13-15 March 2020

City, University London

Pragmatic Agile in large and/or complex environments


Prerequisites for attending this session are to bring an open mind with an appetite to challenge, recalibrate and/or pivot on your current approach and understanding of seeding and maturing agile practices in large and/or complex environments.

Session details

As an agile coach

I want to share some wins and lessons about leveraging agile mindset, practices and frameworks

So that you and your teams improve your ability to respond to complexity and change whilst working in large and/or complex environments.

In this session I will share what I have learned over the years to bring about successful mindset, cultural and pragmatic change in individuals, teams and organisations to seed and nurture agility regardless of their size and stature.

It's about exploring being human in the face of unprecedented change and complexity, teaming to cross the chasm with unrelenting focus on learning for our collective continuous improvement.

Participants can expect to walk away with practical tips and experiments to try out in their own environments.

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Kevin Bridges


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