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Thriving Agile Cultures Are Possible (Live)

Any one Agile People Principle on its own can do wonders for your workplace culture – and when you weave many together your amplify the chance for lasting change and thriving workplaces. Join us for a lively conversation on how Transparency, Self-organization, and Accountability & Commitment work together, strengthen each other, and can be put to action in service to improving your workplace culture and the value created by those who choose to share their talents and time with you. Creating a truly thriving Agile culture! #transparency #selforganization #accountability #commitment

Facilitated by Bruce Nix. Panel with Beth Davis, Céline Raguette, Patrick Senez and Marcin Olszewski


Sep 10 2020


17:00 - 17:40

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Sep 10 2020
  • Time: 13:00 - 13:40


  • Beth A. Davis
    Beth A. Davis

    Beth Davis has a passion and belief that everyone in a company is responsible for people development and creating a company culture. Beth is the founder of The Llewellin Group and llewp. She passionately works with people serious about bringing the Agile mindset and principles, and the Scrum framework and values forward in their workplaces. She has a diverse global, professional background and has demonstrated success in applying Agile methods in Technology and Operations and in operating HR and People Development.
    Beth is a certified Professional Scrum Master, Scrum@Scale practitioner, and is one of the first facilitators of the iCAgile – Agile Talent certification in the USA. She holds certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources, has been an item writer with HRCI for the SPHR exam, and is a certified trainer of 3 Vital Questions aimed at developing self-coaching and leadership capabilities in everyone she gets to work with. She has deep experience with and belief in servant leadership and brings that mindset when working with teams to embrace shared leadership, culture change, and lasting transformation.
    Beth is also the host of “in the llewp” – a podcast bringing together diverse and passionate voices dedicated to developing thriving workplace cultures, creating joy (and value) with Scrum, and embracing the Agile mindset (in work and in life). She and her family reside outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

  • Bruce Nix
    Bruce Nix

    Vaco’s Agile Practice enables our clients to build a common language across the company to achieve unprecedented business agility through improved processes, practices, and automation. Our holistic approach focuses on people, processes, technology, and culture to align the business priorities with teams to deliver high-value solutions faster.

  • Céline Raguette
    Céline Raguette

    Human, world citizen, passionate about the living.
    Agile HR facilitator, Integral Coach,
    Speaker, HR rebel.

  • Marcin Olszewski
    Marcin Olszewski
    Agile People Facilitator

    Marcin Olszewski is the first Polish Agile People facilitator. He is involved in developing and promoting Agile HR in organizations (Recruitment, Employer Branding, Learning & Development). In an agile organization, HR is not just a supporting role; HR is a co-creator of the business value.
    Marcin is an experienced Scrum Master and Agile Coach, who supports Scrum Masters, Product Owners, and managers to understand and use an agile approach for organizational transformations. During workshops and mentoring, he refers to his own experience working in technical positions to demonstrate how Agile’s ideas and servant leadership have a positive impact on the value and quality of software.
    Marcin is co-founder of AgileFor.HR company, where he is looking for new ways to engage and unleash people in organizations. He creates new and complex training programs using Management 3.0, Agile Recruitment, Agile EB, Agile Sourcing, and Liberating Structures in HR.

  • Patrick Senez
    Patrick Senez

    Integral Coach, Agile HR Coach, Trainer, and other roles that involve people’s growth. Patrick is a curious, generous, and enthusiastic human being.