Delighted to confirm I will be speaking at the Swindon & Wiltshire Women in Business Conference 2017 Women in Business Conference, Bowood | Calne | 8.3.17 Is Your Business Sailing? | Belinda Waldock Agile Business Coach and author of Being Agile in Business, Belinda works with businesses, leaders and teams to grow and develop through agile working. Back by popular demand, Belinda’s workshop will feature an agile reflection game to help participants get clear, new perspectives on their business, and how they can move forwards. Agile is a methodology and way of working to navigate uncertainty and gain perspective. Join us on International Women’s Day.Read More →


Agile Finance – Adopting agile in a non-technical Finance Team environment Agile Finance Coaching and Training – Brita UK contacted Being Agile about a course and training in agile methods for process improvement projects in their finance department.  While Brita already use agile for their software development in Germany, their UK Finance dept were looking to expand use of agile working in the business specifically in non-technical environments. “If you are always looking for ways to make you, your team and your business smarter then I strongly recommend this course. Thanks Belinda!” Percy Griffiths, Process Improvement Manager, Finance & IT, BRITA UK. BRITA is internationallyRead More →


Being Agile has introduced Agile Project Management to many non-technical projects & teams and now offers agile for non technical projects & teams both on site and online as a half day training workshop.  Most agile courses currentlly available are focused on agile in software or technology as a process for building products, Being Agile is different, our courses are suitable for businesses and teams that are non-technical and wish to apply agile to non-software and project environments.  Courses are customised to find individual clients to apply and implement agile in their own work. Taking agile beyond software for business projects this course provides aRead More →


Agile Retrospective Game This retrospective game provides an easy and fun way to reflect on a projects progress, or for an individual review, or business / project review. Pleased to give a short 20 minute introduction to Retrospectives and the Team game smooth sailing at Kernowdat on 9/12/16 Brief overview, for a full explanation please watch the you tube video, or find the details in my book Retrospective sailing – an agile reflection game.  Delegates draw their own ‘ship’ representing themselves, a project, product, team or business.  They add ‘sails’ for the things that are going well, and ‘anchors’ for things they can do betterRead More →