After two topsy-turvy years, AgileAus is thrilled to bring together curious minds for an in-person Conference experience on Monday 17 – Tuesday 18 October 2022 at the Pullman Melbourne on the Park!
Alternating between Sydney and Melbourne since 2009, the AgileAus Conference is where those interested in better ways of working come to connect, share and learn.
AgileAus unites those exploring an ‘Agile’ approach under the broad umbrella of better ways of working with an abundance of formal and informal learning opportunities. While Agile started in tech, it is wonderful to see and learn from its adoption in a myriad of settings. AgileAus celebrates the small autonomous team, working together on the smallest chunk of work to deliver customer value through continuous feedback and experimentation.
Any flavour of Agile at its heart, empowers individuals, teams and organisations to embrace change.

Over 2 content-laden days at AgileAus22, attendees will have the opportunity to select from 3 concurrent streams to hear mind-stretching sessions from show-stopping keynotes and local bright minds with talks centring on culture, tools and case studies. For those wanting to hone in even deeper, optional add-on Workshop Days in both Melbourne and Sydney bookend the main event.

A passionate and dedicated team of volunteers are working to whittle down a bounty of speaker Expressions Of Interest as we speak – and are looking forward to developing a program that informs, inspires and delights!

Pivoting on the theme of Leading with Empathy, we can’t wait to share what’s in store to learn and share at AgileAus22! Please watch this space for new speakers and workshops being announced soon.

Proudly supported by Agile Alliance and run by Slatterys, the AgileAus Conference has been a space that supports new ideas, methods and tools, and shares the stories behind the growth of Australia’s Agile community. You can find out more about this year’s Conference at agileaustralia.com.au/2022/

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