The Agile Manifesto was published in 2001, and while many organisations are still trying to embrace Agile, many more are renouncing it altogether as ‘just another fad’ whose time is up.

Join us as we extend the perspective of how agility has influenced people since at least the time of the Spartans, the Athenians and the Trojans, to draw parallels between your teams’ contexts and how their successes have always depended on agility.

From this exploration, learn key lean-agile perspectives that may become your greatest performance enablers as well as metaphors to (re)spark interest for your teams to further their continuous improvement journey.

We believe that while the industry is moving away from Capital-A Agile, the need for agility is not only here to stay, but that its principles and practices are actually timeless.

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