Agile Tour London: From Procedure to Practice, Process to People
The Eighth Annual Agile Tour London will take place 21 and 22 October, Online Only, and 23 October, In-Person in London.
After seven years of having a one-day in-person conference, we've pivoted. After going suddenly remote for our sister event Aginext, we decided the best theme for this year's #ATLDN is Think Globally, Act Locally. With that in mind, we're hosting two abbreviated 'face-to-screen-to-face' online days Wed 21 October and Thur 22 October, that will bring together agile spirits from all over the world. On 23 October, we will have the full Friday 'face-to-face' conference, returning to our Agile Tour roots and focussing on a local London audience and speakers.
Our agile conference continues in the tradition of storytelling and experimentation. Problem-solving, coaching and fun. Most importantly, it is focussed on cultivating an inclusive, agile-minded community.
If we do say so ourselves, this is Our Best Schedule Yet.
You'll see some welcome regulars and lots of new faces. That's a wonderful part of doing a conference that's more online than off — you can invite and accept submissions from the best, most forward-thinking and most actionable in their areas. This year, along with mindful networking, we have themed tracks around:
- The DevOps Mindset
- Remote Teams
- Culture and Communication
- Psychological Safety
- Agile Leadership
Get your ticket to the two-day online agile event. You can also purchase tickets to just the one-day in-person event. Along with any ticket, you'll be invited to join the Aginext Community, including our exclusive Slack, where you can connect and brainstorm with other members before, during and after the event.
Interested in becoming a sponsor? Each type of sponsorship opportunity includes Diversity Tickets to be given away. Contact Us to learn more.
At this time, now more than ever, we believe in the potential of the Aginext Community. And we believe in the potential of you, of your teams, and of agility to make a difference.