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Elastic, Agile, Adaptive Leadership Workshop, January 31 2013, Oslo

This January, the 31st, I will be giving a two day Workshop for team leaders, architects, and scrum masters, titled Elastic, Agile, Adaptive Leadership.

If you’re interested in joining, please contact me directly (or email roy at so I can save you a seat. We need only two more people to finalize course registration. I’ll be happy to see one of my blog readers there!


In this 2 day workshop, 30% of the time is dedicated to exercises. we will cover:

  • The three basic stages of team abilities (Survival, Learning, Self Organization),
  • Elastic leadership concepts
  • The leader manifesto and reasoning
  • Influence forces and understanding why people do what they do
  • How to grow your team to be self organizing
  • Why most team's are not really ready to become agile yet (and what to do about it)
  • How to deal with difficult behavior in the team.
  • How to lead self organizing teams
  • Comparing elastic leadership with the cynefin framework and other frameworks.

Audience: Architects, Technical and non technical team leaders, scrum masters, soon-to-be leaders, project managers, senior developers, consultants. No experience in management needed, but at least one year experience working/leading in a software team.

This is based on my book “Notes to a Software Team Leader

This will be held at Bouvet Oslo HQ, with the cost of 11,900 NOK per person (includes food).

Again, f you’re interested in joining, please contact me directly (or email roy at so I can save you a seat.

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