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Building a coaching culture: From doing Agile to being Agile

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to speak at Agile Japan ’21 The focus for the conference was “The heart of Agile”, inspired by Alistair Cockburn’s model.

My talk was on Building a coaching culture: from doing Agile to being Agile. The intention was to communicate that Agile is not really something we do, but something we learn to become.

Some of the key points I focused on were:

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Lars Rosengren

Lars Rosengren

Coaching teams and individuals on digital product leadership, user centred strategy and agility @Ustwo Tokyo, Japan.

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