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Being agile have launched a new and exclusive one day Agile Team Experience Day for small to medium size businesses and teams in Cornwall to help them generate results faster, work together, communicate better, and improve their performance. The day is a practical and hands on experience where attendees will learn all about agile working.   During the day attendees will ; Gain an understanding of key concepts and principles of agile working Apply agile thinking, methods and tools to current roles, teams, projects and products Identify key areas where adopting agile approaches will be most effective for the team Find quick wins to help positivelyRead More →

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I am delighted to be hosting a workshop at Agile in the City in London in April.  I love running this workshop with a big group to create a fleet of team retrospective sail boats!  Its also a great session for getting to know other attending the conference by playing this game with them. Do get in touch if you are attending and would like to meet up http://agileinthecity.net/2018/london/sessions/index.php?session=50   19-20 April 2018 15Hatfields, London Retrospective Sailing workshop Session type: Hands-On Session duration: 60 minutes Presented by: Belinda Waldock Being Agile / Agile on the Beach / Software Cornwall About this Hands-On Retrospective Sailing isRead More →

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Students studying for their GCSEs are required to continuously complete homework, create assignments and study for exams.  To perform their best they need time and task management skills to plan and manage their workload effectively. Agile is a popular method for task management developed by the tech community which is now used widely in many business sectors and disciplines and is highly transferable into other areas including studying at school. These simple ‘agile’ methods provide students with the study skills and tools they need to plan, prioritise and action their work. Create a study plan that’s easy to manage and action Plan and prioritise homework,Read More →

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A small incremental improvement!  An Agile Manifesto for everyone In being agile we value..  individuals and interactions over   processes and tools  working solutions over   comprehensive documentation  customer collaboration over   contract negotiation  responding to change over   following a plan Equally the 12 principles can be updated in this way to, giving us : Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable solutions. Welcome changing requirements, even late in development. Agile processes harness change for the customer’s competitive advantage. Deliver working solutions frequently, from a couple of weeks to a couple of months, with a preference to the shorter timescale.Read More →