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How do you know your agile frameworks and methods are working? What is the benefit to your organization? Agile and Business Agility are being sold as silver bullets. Leaders are complaining they are not getting the promised benefits. The Agile Fluency Model, a trademark of James Shore and Diana Larsen, helps you get the most out of your agile ideas. George Box famously said: "all models are wrong but some are useful." Agile Fluency Model happens to be useful. Through the Agile Fluency Model, you can identify zones that are fit for your purpose; understand which benefits to expect from your agile teams; which investments must be made to achieve those benefits; and where to look when your teams don’t deliver the benefits your business needs.
The model has already proved its value across the US and Europe and helped many agile teams in improving their agile skills and adding more value to the business. In this session your will get introduced to the:
* Agile Fluency Model
* Agile Fluency Path
* Agile Fluency Diagnostic
By attending this session, you'll have a better understanding of:
* How to help your agile teams improve and go from good to great
* How to ensure your agile teams are working on the most valuable thing
* How to reduce cost of delay
== About Ahmed Avais ==
Ahmed is an Agile Coach with over 10 years of agile experience across small to very large organizations. He has been working with Agile Fluency Project for a couple of years. He has leveraged it overtly or covertly make teams better with overwhelmingly positive results. He's also a Human Systems Dynamics Professional and lifelong student of complex systems.