May 30 - June 2 | AmberExpo | Gdańsk, Poland
AgileEurope2016 was held May 30 - June 2 in Gdańsk, Poland
As we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Agile Manifesto, we renew our commitment to uncovering better ways to develop software through technical excellence, individual/organizational change, improving education and knowledge sharing, and maximizing value creation.
AgileEurope2016 Videos and Event Sessions
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- Keynotes from Diana Larsen and Steve Denning
- 20+ presentations and 15 workshops delivered by thought leaders in the space
- Meet the conference organizers Monday evening
- Conference Party Wednesday evening
- "Open Jam" will run daily from 10:15 - closing Thursday afternoon at 15:30
- Hendrik Esser
- Todd Little
- Kevlin Henney
- Allan Kelly
- Lasse Koskela
- Hugo Messer
- Jutta Eckstein
- Ken Power
- Zuzi Sochova
Diana Larsen is a founder of FutureWorks Consulting, where she consults with leaders and teams to create work processes where innovation, inspiration, and imagination flourish. With more than fifteen years of experience working with technical professionals, she brings focus to the human side of organizations, teams, and projects.
A co-author of two books, Diana discovers solutions and possibilities where others only find barriers and obstacles. She is a sought-after facilitator for Open Space Technology and other large group participation events.
Diana served three years as Chair of the Agile Alliance board of directors and also served terms as a board member for the group.
Steve Denning is the author of six successful business books on leadership, leadership storytelling, and management, as well as a novel and a volume of poems.
Steve worked for several decades at the World Bank in many management capacities, including Program Director of Knowledge Management. He now works with organizations in the U.S., Europe, Asia and Australia on leadership, innovation, business narrative and most recently, radical management.
Since 2011, he has been writing a popular Leadership column for Forbes.com and has published more than 600 articles on the Creative Economy, with more than 6 million visitors and 15 million page views.