On 2015 and Beyond!

As we look at Agile in 2015, there is a lot of excitement, a lot of opportunity, and a lot of fun ahead of us. I’m glad to be a part of it as I begin rolling into the Agile For All fold.

We have a lot of great stuff happening, obviously our retinue of services have now been bolstered by even more expertise and our service offerings will continue to grow for our current and future clients.

Here’s what you can expect from us moving into 2015:

Peter Saddington‘s Take on 2015

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The Agile For All family planning for 2015!

I’m super excited for what 2015 will bring. For those that don’t know the newest addition to the wonderful Agile For All crew, you can find more information about me here in the Agile For All bio, and more here in an expanded version.

A couple of things I’m excited to bring into the fold:

  • Helping our clients understand the complexities of systems at scale. – Just because you’re big doesn’t mean you overlay scaled processes. This can (and often will) make the complex even more complex…
  • Bringing a deeper understanding of the sciences behind organizational agility, human capital, and cultural optimization.
  • Growing education in and within organizations – Kaizen (continual improvement) should be a business strategy, not just an afterthought.
  • And even more…

Let us know what you’d like to see, hear, or even experience as we continue to partner with many of you into 2015!

Thank you all! Here’s to a kick-booty 2015!

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Peter Saddington

Peter Saddington has been in software development since 1997, starting out as a developer at Johnson & Johnson. He is a Certified Scrum TrainerĀ® (CST) and an Organizational Scientist. Prior to joining Agile For All he founded Action & Influence, which was named the Best Training Company in Atlanta in 2013. He writes for AgileScout.com, which is one of the top 20 agile software development blogs in the world, as well as being the author of The Pocket Agile Guide published in 2012. Holding Masters degrees in Counseling, Education and Religion, Peter brings an extensive educational background to everything he does. He also gives back to his community by being a volunteer counselor.

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