Being Agile in Business Discover a better way to work.  Being Agile in Business, internationally published by Pearson, translated into Chinese, and shortlisted as Management book of the year. This book translates agile into plain english that can be applied to any team or business environment to improve communications, visibility, performance and morale. A simple and straightforward guide to agile working, covering the application of agile in project management, product development, team performance and business management for any business professional. Whether you work in a small business, global enterprise or the public sector this book will give you a quick guide to agile concepts, approaches,Read More →


Agile Museum : Agile Curation at the Museum of English Rural Life & Reading Museum Course Feedback I was delighted to spend time recently with the teams from the MERL (Museum of English Rual Life) and Reading Museum exploring how they can be a more Agile Museum.  An hours seminar was attended by around 30 from across the variety of teams at the museums, followed with a half day workshop that 10 members of both museums attended to help them learn more about agile and apply it to strategic direction, heritage projects, events and exhibitions, curation and marketing activities across the organisation that they wereRead 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 →


Over the past year I have enjoyed working in the arts & culture sector introducing agile for museums and arts projects to a number of teams including the Cornwall Museum Partnership team.  Through the Creative Skills network further training has been given to organisations including Cornwall National Maritime Museum, Tate St Ives and Leech Pottery to adopt and apply agile working in their teams and activities. I’ve adopted the term Agile Curation for the adoption of agile in the Arts, Culture and Heritage sector as an approach for managing teams, exhibitions, projects and organisational roadmaps. “Thank you – one of the best training sessions I’veRead More →