WASHINGTON, DC – February 13, 2018 – For technology leaders who need to model, benchmark and improve agile performance, AgileCxO.org is hosting Agile Leadership Camp 2018, a national event in Washington, DC that shares best practices for agile leaders, and where leaders will participate in building upon a framework for scaling and improving agile capability.
“There is an urgent need for this kind of meeting of the minds,” said Michelle Rauch, Chief Operating Officer at AgileCxO.org. “State and federal government agencies, as well as commercial companies, are rapidly moving towards more agile, self-organizing teams. How can current and future agile leaders seize this opportunity and turn it into a competitive advantage? Agile Leadership Camp 2018 will be a catalyst for that effort,” she added.
Agile Leadership Camp 2018 kicks off at 8:00 a.m. on May 3rd in Washington, DC. Participants will engage in a series of unique hands-on learning experiences, including game playing and brainstorming workshops, live interactive jazz performances, business networking, lightning talks, and keynote presentations by Mary Beth Westmoreland, Chief Technology Officer at Blackbaud, and Greg Pfister, Principle Director at Accenture, who will share their experiences building world-class agile performance within their organizations.
Agile leaders interested in learning more about Agile Leadership Camp 2018 are invited to visit www.2018agile.org.
AgileCxO.org is a Research and Development organization that provides technology leadership with the tools they need to successfully adopt, transform, and master enterprise agility. With the Agile Performance Holarchy®, leadership training and certifications, and free podcasts featuring CIOs and CTOs from across North America, AgileCxO.org supports current and future Agile leaders in their quest to scale Agility throughout the enterprise.
For more information, visit http://agilecxo.org.
About Agile Leadership Camp 2018
Agile Leadership Camp 2018 on May 3rd in Washington, DC is a series of active learning, problem solving, networking, and “business theater” experiences designed to help agile leaders identify and resolve issues for large scale agile. Keynote Speaker Mary Beth Westmoreland was named one of the 2017 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology by the National Diversity Council, and will share her experience leading agile performance, along with Keynote Speaker Greg Pfister, Principle at Accenture and pioneer of agile in the federal government sector, and other dynamic industry leaders, at the Mead Center for American Theater.
For more information, visit www.2018agile.org.
Company Name: AgileCxO.org
Contact Person: Rob Macdonald
Country: United States