At the end of my both my Agile 2015 Keynote and my Agile Australia 2016 keynote I challenged attendees to play two games to change the world. While this sounds great, some of the attendees pointed out that they felt a bit lost: they didn’t know which games they could play to change the world, let alone which games they could play to address problems they’re facing at work.
Dear Agile 2016 Attendees -
I was talking with Tarang Patel, one of our Certified Collaboration Instructors (CCIs), about various frameworks that we use for helping teams adopt more Agile practices or in Agile classes and thought the broader community might enjoy the fruits of our conversations. We'll cover:
Charlie Rudd, CEO of SolutionsIQ, a Conteneo customer and partner, just published The Third Wave of Agile, a very insightful post that compactly describes how Agile has progressed from single teams, to multiple teams (Agile at Scale), to the entire enterprise (Business Agility). As a leader in the Agile movement since 2003, I find myself agreeing with his insights. More importantly, I also believe that his graph on industry maturity applies to the changes a single organization realizes as they pursue business agility: they start with teams, move to scale and then focus on the enterprise.
By Luke Hohmann
In my last post on the San José Budget Games I promised a brief overview of why Surveys SUCK and why collaborative games are better. This expands on my Agile 2015 keynote and will help the Participatory Budgeting community in creating even more participation for our sessions.
As social business software proliferates confusion over communication, coordination and collaboration prevents us from realizing the full power and benefits of each. In this post I’ll shed light on the meaning of these terms and provide you with a model that will help you make sound choices around various software platforms you can use for each.
We're pretty stoked. We received word that not only had we been nominated as one of the "Top 100 Startups Most Likely to Scale," but we were selected and will have a table in the Demo Pit at the LAUNCH SCALE conference at Fort Mason in San Francisco on October 12-13.
It's safe to say that there isn't much I haven't seen in the conference/tradeshow world, having worked for more than a decade on all sides of industry, from show management to vendor to exhibitor. From speaker recruitment to booth design, I thought I'd seen and done it all. That is, until August 3, when I found myself and our VP of Business Development Laura Richardson at the Gaylord Convention Center at National Harbor, Maryland, building a booth for the Every Voice Engaged Foundation from PVC pipe, a couple hundred yards of brown butcher paper and tempura paint.
Mountain View, CA — April 20, 2015. Conteneo Inc., a Mountain View, CA-based collaboration software firm, recently rebranded its cloud-based collaboration platforms and unveiled a new website. Since 2010, Conteneo has been enabling progressive organizations to work better together to solve enduring problems in strategy, product development and innovation, market research, team engagement, complex sales and more. The rebranding highlights Conteneo’s continued focus on multidimensional collaboration, enabling organizations in the public and private sector to work more effectively together, no matter where they are in the world.