Past Events

Agile2022

July 18 – 22, 2022 | Nashville, Tennessee

Thank you for attending Agile2022!

The recorded Event Session videos from the Agile2022 conference are posted here. The Event Sessions will also be published on this website in the near future along with presentation decks and other information. They will be available to all Agile Alliance members. You can view the Keynotes now.

To view the presentation files now, visit the agenda page on the event site and find the session you are interested in. If a presentation was uploaded by the speaker, you can find it by clicking the session name.

Agile2022 Keynotes Sessions

Product Thinking: The Secret to Scaling Value – Melissa Perri
Over the past decade, many companies have turned to Agile to help them improve how they build and release software to customers. Now, we’re faced with different questions - “How do I ensure that our company goals are being met?” “How do we scale valu…
Joy of Agility – Joshua Kerievsky
Agility isn’t a formula, a framework, nor a set of roles and rituals to follow. It’s a timeless way of thinking and being that matures with practice and skill. Becoming agile involves knowing the difference between being quick or hurrying, moving wit…
Engineering with Empathy – Kelsey Hightower
It’s easy to get caught up in the day to day of building software that we tend to forget who we are building our products and services for. Developers are often assigned to work on projects they will never use, and in many cases developers never inte…

Agile2022 Program Team

Kevin Stevens Agile

Kevin Stevens

Conference Chair

Jen Krieger Agile Alliance

Jen Krieger

Program Chair

Cheryl Hammond

Cheryl Hammond

Program Chair

Cat Swetel Agile Alliance

Cat Swetel

Program Chair

Agile2022 Session Videos

Agile Cheer: Bring It On!
*"You better bring it!* *Oh, it's already been broughten!"* The purpose of cheerleading is to support and encourage their team to achieve peak performance - they give the team the extra oomph to carry them over the goal line! The cheerleaders not onl…
Avoiding the Trap of “Good Enough” Agile Coaching
There are oodles of lite to moderately skilled and well-intentioned agile coaches in the world who are doing their best to help their teams and organizations transform. But there are usually more challenges and obstacles to their coaching than they h…
Building a Radical Culture of Culture Building
Many organizations struggle to collaborate across organizational boundaries. One solution is to invest in a Culture of Culture Building. Often when we want to collaborate across departments or functions we are presented with a choice between structur…
Choose Your Own Coaching Adventure
It's hard to practice coaching a team or an organization... without actually coaching a team or organization. So, we've created a set of "Choose Your Own Coaching Adventure" games similar to our other coaching games, but focused on teams and organiza…
Coaching Agreement as Creative Partnership
As an Agile coach, have you ever struggled with managing expectations of your role in the organization? Has magic in any shape or form been implicitly included in your responsibilities or deliverables? Was it expected of you to be “agile” and re-adju…
Components of Kick-A$$ Collaboration
So you joined a self-organizing team and everything was instantly perfect. The team openly shares, deliberates and efficiently comes to full agreement. Everything is by consensus, everybody participates, and all of your decisions are above average. …
Developing a CLEAR Agile Product Roadmap
When will it be done!? It doesn't matter whether it's a complex, multi-national product rollout or a simple localized app. We like to have a sense of predictability, quality and adaptability in our efforts. How do we keep everyone from the stakeholde…
DevSecOps: What Does It Mean and Where Is It Taking Us
New software development approaches continue to be promoted. You may be aware of waterfall, RUP, 4GLs, 3-tier client server - all still alive and kicking in some domains. You may be familiar with some (or all) of Agile, Kanban, DevOps, SAFe, No Code/…
Energize Without Using Power Over
No leader wants to walk into a conversation-filled room, only to have everyone go silent and stare at them. Too frequently, this is followed with an attempt to diminish the power dynamics with "just consider me one of the team." Only this fails to wo…
Energize Without Using Power Over
No leader wants to walk into a conversation-filled room, only to have everyone go silent and stare at them. Too frequently, this is followed with an attempt to diminish the power dynamics with "just consider me one of the team." Only this fails to wo…
Engineering with Empathy – Kelsey Hightower
It’s easy to get caught up in the day to day of building software that we tend to forget who we are building our products and services for. Developers are often assigned to work on projects they will never use, and in many cases developers never inte…

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