Beyond methodologies


Organizations and individuals can sometimes place too high an expectation on workplace methodologies, perhaps even seeing them as silver bullets. In this webinar, we explored how methodologies can be made more relevant to the work people do, whilst avoiding the pitfalls.

Adopting Scrum, Kanban or other Agile methodologies are a great way to start improving the flow of work, but organizations struggle to adopt them successfully, following the letter of the methodology, rather than letting the underlying mindset take hold.

Our webinar looked at how VFQ’s Guiding Principles and Essential Practices allows individuals, teams and organizations to become truly Agile, avoiding the trap of becoming dominated by a methodology’s processes and structures.

Why watch?

Our free webinar explains how VFQ can grow your Agile skills, advance your career and stand out from the crowd.

Who will benefit?

Product Managers, Product Leaders, Product Owners, Product Strategists, Scrum Master, Delivery Managers, Team Leaders, Product Operations Directors.

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Our speaker:
Steven Angelo-Eadie, VP of VFQ Services at Emergn

Steven Angelo-Eadie

Steven has been involved in IT for over 30 years, but began to focus on helping teams improve their agility while working with Microsoft on the Domain-Specific Languages and Software Factories projects in 2004. Since then, Steven has educated thousands of people across the globe, as well as led a number of Agile education programs in some of the most complex and prestigious organizations. He has also developed courses and content alongside our clients, including building coaching communities in the transformations he’s worked on. Deeply committed to helping people and organizations improve the way they work, Steven passes on his knowledge and enthusiasm to leave lasting capabilities and confidence.