Peer-to-peer learning and exploration in an OpenSpace setting.
The art of coaching teams toward excellence and productivity is tricky business. We often don’t have direct control over groups and yet have responsibilities to motivate team members who don’t report to us. Too often, as coaches, we work in isolation from other expert coaches in the field and rarely get the opportunity to meet with experts in other disciplines. This is our opportunity to share stories and practices and to wrestle with the direction in which this discipline is going, or should go.
Growing a Community of Practice
Agile Coach Camp is about creating a network of practitioners of not only Agile coaches, but related fields such as psychology, facilitation, anthropology, educators, sociologists, and a multitude of other disciplines. We look for people who are striving to push the limits in guiding software development teams, managers, leaders and beyond, while staying true to the values and principles at the core of the Agile movement. We invite practitioners who, like you, are passionate about their work, active in the field and willing to share what they’ve learned. Prepare to be surprised! It’s a great chance to form relationships that can last a lifetime. This is an opportunity for us to create a lifeline of professional support for each other.
Register now for Agile Coach Camp Indianapolis Sept 26 – 28, 2014!
What’s the Agenda?
Agile Coach Camp is a practitioner-run conference for peer-to-peer learning and exploration.
This year starts with an optional pre-camp Games Day on Friday, September 26.
Saturday we will collaboratively create the camp content for Saturday and Sunday . If you prefer a conference where you can sit and listen to expert lectures, this isn’t it. As at BarCamp, so at Agile Coach Camp there are no speakers, only participants.
For more detailed information, visit our agenda page.
About the camp
The ACCUS is a community organized event and we work hard to keep the cost reasonable while promoting quality venues for the event. We also sponsor a facilitator and frequently host international attendees to join the US event. Please consider donating to support creative ideas and opportunities for this year and future events.
Also, as is a tradition of the ACCUS event, we select a local cause and encourage attendees to make donations. This year the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana (BBBS-CI) has been selected. We encourage you to make a donation of any size, which will be made to BBBS-CI on behalf of the Agile Coach Camp US 2014 attendees.