Agendashift on Slack
If you're interested in outcome-oriented change, continuous transformation, and Lean-Agile generally, here's the place to find like-minded people, have your questions answered, and engage in thoughtful discussion. If you're putting Agendashift into practice, it's where you'll find support.
A quick guide
Tip: If you're new to Slack, we recommend that you download the app on all your main devices. They give a much better experience than your web browser and you'll find it much easier to stay in touch.
When you join, take quick look around and then post something in the #introduce-yourself channel (NOT #general please) after you’ve got the feel of the place. These channels tend to be the most active:
- anything Agendashift-related and the launchpad for discussions elsewhere
- revisions to assessment prompts and other assessment/survey related discussion
- Community news and events, such as our Lean Coffee-style Zoom sessions
- Agendashift workshops in particular and workshop exercises/facilitation in general
- general discussion on coaching and organisation development
- related to Clean Language (on its own, as featured in the Agendashift book, and used in our workshops)
- the Kanban simulation game Featureban and its Lean Startup-inspired variant, Changeban
- mainly for link sharing
- sharing the posts of members of this Slack (find our blog here)
- vacancies, availabilities, etc
- Strategy, Complexity, and Systems Thinking
Agendashift partners have a private channel also.
Joining the Agendashift Slack
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- About Agendashift
- Agendashift as framework
- The books:
- The workshops:
- The Agendashift blog (blog.agendashift.com)
- Agendashift communities on Slack and LinkedIn
Meet us online
Agendashift™ is brought to you by Positive Incline Ltd, UK-based specialists in Lean, Agile, strategy, and change. Founder Mike Burrows came to prominence in the Lean-Agile community as the orginator of Kanban’s values model, out of which came his first book, Kanban from the Inside (2014). His more recent books Agendashift (2018) and Right to Left (2019, audiobook 2020) bring a resolutely needs-based and outcome-oriented perspective to change, transformation, and the Lean-Agile landscape as a whole, contributing meanwhile a number of popular tools, games, and other resources. He works as a consultant, facilitator, and trainer, and as a keynote speaker at events public and private around the world.
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