📅 🖥 Remote Agile: Virtual Liberating Structures — A Live Virtual Class
Agile Has always Been about Face-to-Face — Now It Will Change
Agile has always been about colocation, about direct communication, physical boards, and all the other haptic and analog moments to create value in the digital realm. As a Professional Scrum Trainer, I strive to provide training classes without using Powerpoint or digital devices. Moreover, admittedly, I love index cards. If that is Agile’s way, can we seriously consider virtual Liberating Structures?
The most efficient and effective method of conveying information to and within a development team is face-to-face conversation.
For the first time, with the SARS-CoV-2 causing havoc in our communities resulting in the work-from-home necessity, this mental model is challenged, and remote Agile becomes a contender. To ease the entry into this new world, the Remote Agile live virtual classes address hands-on practices for Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, project managers, and Product Owners on how to facilitate agile events in an effective, engaging, and productive way.
Book Your Seat for the Remote Agile Live Virtual Class on virtual Liberating Structures
The training will be in English, and you can book your seat right here. (Alternatively, you can add yourself to the Remote Agile waiting list and be notified about new training dates by email.)
There are two dates for the Remote Agile online training available:
April 21st, 2020, from 4:00-6:30 pm CEST:
May 5th, 2020, from 4:00-6:30 pm CEST:
Looking for a different date? Back to the training schedule.
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What Will the Remote Agile Class on Virtual Liberating Structures Address?
The training on virtual Liberating Structures is centered around hands-on exercises and addresses questions like:
- Can I run Liberating Structures in a distributed setting?
- How can we engage participants who are not communicating face-to-face?
- Can we organize events utilizing virtual Liberating Structures with more than eight to ten participants?
- Can I use remote Agile without spending hundreds of dollars or Euros?
- What gear is required to make virtual Liberating Structures suitable?
- How can I recreate a flow from one exercise to next that is engaging despite the distance between participants?
Learn more about how we can use Impromptu Networking, Open Space, and Lean Coffee as virtual Liberating Structures in this Remote Agile training class.