We help customers realise benefits of agile by embedding better ways of doing things. We partner with the leading minds in the world to bring the best training to support the development of our customers.
We started as a collection of the leading agile thinkers and implementers in the community. We've come together to build teams that help customers tackle their most complex projects and respond to the disruptive competitive landscape.
Dare Festival Melbourne
We are excited to be bringing a Melbourne leg of Dare Festival to Australia on 27 October 2014.
At Dare Festival Melbourne you’ll find inspiration and new ideas that help you to answer the question, "How can I build a better, more enjoyable organisation?"
We offer the latest in transformational and inspirational training for managers and teams. This includes Management 3.0, Innovation Games, Kanban, Agile Project Management, and the Guerrilla Training series.
We focus on delivering the best of breed training modules tailored to help your companies and teams adopt the practices that suit them.
We embed this through detailed coaching and support to ensure you can leverage the benefits of agility.
Theories and training are great ways to develop knowledge. However to make it work for you and your organisation - textbook solutions need to be followed by practical engagement.
Tabar is the collection of proven team of agile thinkers and implementers in the community. They strength is their diversity of experiences in enabling organisational change.
We work within our customers to help make the principles real, engage executives, develop teams and create the change.
Advanced Agile Masterclass with Dr Alistair Cockburn
Dr Alistair Cockburn is best known as an original signatory of the Agile Manifesto, an authority on Use Cases, and author of books such as Writing Effective Use Cases, Agile Software Development the Cooperative Game, and Crystal Clear A Human-Powered Methodology for Small Teams.
We we helped Alistair to run his Advanced Agile Masterclass in Melbourne in March. Find out what people had to say about it and about the possibility of running it again in 2015.