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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 →

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Retrospective Sailing Game — Agile Teams & Practices Workshop template and guide Put the wind back in the sails of your team, raise the anchors holding you back. Try out the Agile Retrospective Sailing game with your teams today, you’ll need something to draw a boat on, some post it notes and pens. Belinda Waldock Retrospective Sailing — an agile reflection game A hands on workshop facilitating a practical retrospective game. Retrospective Sailing is a game you can play as an individual in any role, as part of a development team, or, with clients and customers to help understand how your journey is fairing. This game will give you aRead More →

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Delighted to attend the HMLR DDAT Conference and keynote this week on Digital Agile Communities As the world becomes ever more changeable, rather like the Cornish weather, we look to embrace agile into everything we do to keep up with the pace of change. Belinda will talk about agile and its application beyond code to help teams be more effective, develop innovative products, evolve our practices and design new business models. She will share her ultimate goal to create a local digital agile community, a self organising and managing community of interest, leading to a new 21st century engineering revolution in Cornwall. She will shareRead More →

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Women in Business Event : Become an Agile Minded Business Woman Funded by the Superfast Business Cornwall Programme I am delighted to be part of this Women in Business event focusing on women in tech and all women who want to become an agile minded business woman and run their lives and businesses in a more agile way! Become an Agile Minded Business Woman Tuesday 9 May 2017 Pool Innovation Centre, Pool TR15 3PL www.sfbcornwall.co.uk/workshops-events Agenda: 09.00-09.30 Registration 09:30-09:45 Welcome – Superfast Business Cornwall 09:45-10:45 Belinda Wadock ‘Become an Agile Minded Business Woman’ 10:45-11.15 Break and networking 11.15-12.15 Agile Action Learning Workshop and Q&A 12.15-12:30Read More →

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How to build an agile business Starting an agile business is an exciting time, full of challenges, learning and opportunity.  Many succeed but many fail too, being agile in business is vital to giving your business the best chance of success. In the tech start up sector there is a popular method used as a product development and business management tool kit know as agile.  It’s a methodology that aims to maximise profit, deliver value and help you to enjoy the journey of shaping and building a successful business.  In many ways the method is a mind set and way to help you to approachRead More →