Remote, not adrift – an introduction to remote:af
About the talk
In this 45 minute presentation, Andrew will walk you through the Framework of remote:af. This Framework was developed by Andrew because he believes that Covid-19 presents a unique opportunity for the agile community to lead societal change and that effective remote working is a key pillar of a fairer and more sustainable future.
Through remote:af Andrew aims to build a global community of remote agility practitioners who can help organisations build engaging working environments that are more flexible, sustainable and equitable.
Andrew’s talk will be followed by a brief Q&A session. The best question will earn a free spot on the inaugural remote:af practitioner course held remotely by Elabor8 on Monday 26th to Thursday 29th of May!
Andrew is the founder of remote:af – The Remote Agility Framework and a co-owner of Elabor8, the leading lean/agile consultancy, and Over the Way Wines.
He brings a broad perspective gained through experience ranging from fast-paced agile teams delivering digital products, large transformation programs in complex environments, and the journey from start-up founder to leading a medium sized enterprise.
Title: Remote, not adrift – an introduction to remote:af
Date: Fri, 22 May 2020
Duration: 60 minutes
Melbourne, Sydney. 01.30pm AEST
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Keywords: remote:af, remote working, agile
About LAST Anywhere Talks
LAST stands for Lean, Agile and Systems Thinking. It was born out of meetup groups and then a conference, started in Melbourne AU in 2012. Since then, it grew to also be held in Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide. 1st Conference (Organisational Agility) and Spark the Change Melbourne (Meaning and Purpose at work and in society) are related conferences.
LAST Anywhere talks and workshops draw subject matter from the full range of topics covered by LAST, 1st and Spark the Change. Delivered online, they aim to provide non-formal learning and valuable interactions, and extend on the value provided by physical events.
All you need is a good internet connection, a webcam, headphones, and a microphone. Also, you will need the focus to be present and make the most of the session.