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Professional Agile Leadership Essentials

Becoming an Agile organization is a profound transformation that requires senior leaders, middle managers, and agile team members to change the way that they organize their work, manage that work, and measure the results of the work. Agile teams cannot do this on their own; they need help from the …

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Third edition of Agile Finance

On November 21st was held the third edition of our Agile Finance meeting. Agile Finance seeks to bring together IT professionals working in the financial field to form a community of interest and foster exchanges. More than 60 people were gathered during this event to hear our guest speakers and …

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Agile Know-How Magazine – Volume 3, Fall 2018

The Agile Know-how team is pleased to present the third edition of the Agile Know-how Magazine. The theme is self-organization. Take a look, it offers plenty of interesting articles and tools:  

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Agile Know-How Magazine―Volume 2, Fall 2017

The Agile Know-how team is pleased to present the second edition of the Agile Know-how Magazine. Take a look, it offers plenty of interesting articles and tools:

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Pyxis and Gatineau Ottawa Agile Tour 2017

This year is the 6th edition of GOAT, and we are pleased to sponsor the event yet again. As leaders of Agile approaches, we will be at the Shaw Centre on Monday, November 20th, for a day of conferences. Pyxis Cultures Come to our booth to discuss with our experts of Pyxis Cultures, …

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Rebalancing society and Agile organizations

SPECIAL COLLABORATION Phil LeNir is co-founder and managing partner of CoachingOurselves, which is a peer-coaching program developed by Phil LeNir and Henry Mintzberg that enables managers and leaders to learn from and coach each other, and organizations to build capacity for self-development. Phil has authored numerous articles and published a book in Japan …

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Case study: Investment fund—An Agile success in the financial field

For the last 4 years, Pyxis‘ Agile consultants have been guiding a large pension investment manager with their Agile transition. This large-scale project allowed, among other things, to adopt a culture where people feel they are much more involved in and responsible for the quality of what is being delivered. The …

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Agile Finance—A first conference dinner

Agile Finance will hold its first conference dinner on Thursday, November 16th. For this event, which is already sold out, we are pleased to welcome four special speakers. Guillaume Bertin from Morgan Stanley and Christian Dubé from PSP Investments will share their experience of Agility in the financial field. James Lapalme from ÉTS will talk about self-managed teams. Finally, Guillaume …

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“Fighting a losing battle”—Pawel’s mistake

To fulfil their role, Scrum Masters must provide servant leadership to their Scrum teams. The Scrum Master must help people outside of the Scrum team better understand Scrum and facilitate their interactions with the team. In this video, Pawel talks about a mistake he made in the past when acting as a Scrum Master and explains …

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”Two is better than one”—Nathalie’s mistake

What do we do when one team is not sufficient to execute a large-scale project? Nathalie explains the mistake she made in the context of a complex project. Nathalie helps and tools up Agile teams who work on large-scale projects. You can also read an experience she had in her following blog post: Agility …

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