The cornerstone of Agile principles and practices is community.
Below are some ways that Agile Alliance helps Agile communities.
The Community Group Initiative provides support to new, active, and struggling local Agile community groups.
Supporting agile-oriented users’ groups by offering them grants that can be used to reimburse speakers traveling to events if the user group can’t find sponsorship from any other source.
Helping improve the skills of Agile Coaches so that they are well equipped to help organizations and their teams effectively apply Agile values and principles in their work.
Supporting and encouraging Open Space Technology (OST) events in the Agile software arena.
Supporting organizers of non profit conferences that promote the concepts of Agile software development.
5 Saturdays connects with non-profit organizations and other groups to provide a learning experience for high school and college students in Agility using Scrum and Kanban, blended with career-focused skills in technology and business.
The Agile Product Management Initiative’s vision is to be the leading forum for learning, sharing, and promoting the application of Agile principles and practices to product management so we can make better products in better ways.
This Agile Alliance staff initiative is focused on the support of our members by identifying and sharing methods to amplify the proper adoption of the Agile mindset and methods in the enterprise.
The purpose of this initiative is to assist economically emerging economies with affordable access to premium Agile events and speakers.
This program brings together practitioners who address the organizational change aspect of agile adoptions.
Your membership enables Agile Alliance to offer a wealth of first-rate resources, present renowned international events, support global community groups, and more — all geared toward helping Agile practitioners reach their full potential and deliver innovative, Agile solutions.