About this Case Study
Shall we be honest? Agile isn’t all glamour, manifestos and medals. If you’ve found a new way of doing things, it's hard getting the right people to listen, never mind do. As reluctant change agents, we find ourselves campaigning for what we believe through a sea of resistance and indifference. There are bad days, weeks, months - and even years.
So how do people and teams get through it and enable change? Why are some folk still smiling at the end of the toughest days? Resilience, the ability to adapt to new challenges and stressful situations, is one of the key factors.
In this session, we look at resilience: what it is, when and why it’s useful and how to develop the trait within yourself and your team. You may not need it now, but you never know when you will...
About the Speaker
John Clapham is an independent agile consultant and professional coach. He helps individuals develop, teams build great products and organisations learn to be more effective, productive and enjoyable to work in. His broad experience with software development teams ranges from start-up to enterprise scale, formed in the publishing, telecommunications, commerce, defence and public sector arenas. Unable to quite let go of his technical background, John has a secret passion for DevOps and continuous delivery.
John's forays into coaching, lean and agile are fuelled by coffee, Lego and Bristol's frequent inclement weather.