Not another Agile session

There is a swell of popular opinion that Agile is not just “old” but also over-decorated. We did a double-take when we learned Agile recently celebrated its 21st birthday!

Some believe that Agile has been ruined by project management miscreants that have been attempting to instil an abundance of frameworks, tools and metrics which, at its core, works against the Agile philosophy of being adaptable and of having a growth mindset.  It’s been argued that most of these miscreants have been “doing” Agile rather than “being” Agile.

In considering all of the hubbub and in broadening our perspective, we reached out to Guy Eastoe, an expert on all things in the realm of Agile and projects. We asked him this, are we “Doing Agile” or are we “Being Agile”?

Find out by joining us at this first session and premiere of our virtual Infoburst series on 31 May 2022 at 17:15 – 18:00

About Guy

With his many years of Project Management and Change Management experience, Guy helps organisations to think Agile, to reduce waste, and do more with less. He sees his team as the thousands of project and change managers that he has trained over the years, hopefully all doing an even better job than himself.

Guy is one of the founders, and the lead consultant of Snap-Tech International (Pty) Ltd, an Agile, Project and Programme Management solution company. He launched DSDM’s Agile PM into South Africa in 2012. (DSDM Agile is the first Agile approach that followed on from SCRUM and includes necessary project governance).

Snap-Tech International (Pty) Ltd specializes in best practice project methods and frameworks, was the first APMG Accredited Training Organization (ATO) in Africa – and is one of the longest standing APMG Accredited Training Organisation’s worldwide.

Guy has an extensive track record of successful execution and delivery of large, complex, high impact and transformational change programmes, including multiple portfolio office and PMO implementations, a national smart card development and roll out, and the systems merger of three banking systems, to name a few.

He has been a System Development Manager, an Account Executive for an International Consultancy, a Company Director and Programme Management Executive. Guy trains in all areas of Agile, Portfolio and Programme Management and consults to corporate and government departments.