If you’re wondering what’s next after Agile or are tired of limited offerings, here’s a place to go

While Agile has made a definite improvement in the world since it started 2 decades ago, it is hard to argue that it hasn’t stagnated. We hear about dark Scrum and fake Agile almost as much as the real thing.

4 or 5 organizations dominate a focus on frameworks and certification and not on true learning. These companies are proud that they can release new versions every 1 or 2 years while espousing their clients to do it continuously.

There is no question Agile has crossed the chasm but that just raises the question – what’s next? Agile is 20 years old – ancient in the software world that reinvents itself every 5 years or so.

Many people out there are like purposed as I am. You can relax, I said like purposed not like styled 🙂 I have been creating a group called the True North Consortium which is about true open learning and continuous improvement.

If you want to learn more you can join our user group at
https://lnkd.in/gUUfTjy

True North Consortium it self is located at truenorthconsortium.com – but it’s site is still under construction. Let me know if you are interested in joining it at a higher level than the group.

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