In this panel, we discuss how three organizations have reacted to COVID-19 in reimagining their business, especially through tech adoption and embracing rapid development such as agile or lean startup approaches.
Please join us on September 1, 2020. Digital Transformation has been seen as an essential ingredient for building a 21st-century business. Even though this has been known for over two decades, organizations are still struggling to reinvent themselves. However, COVID-19 had made this more of a necessity for survival than boardroom discussions. In this
AGL is honored to partner with Georgetown University in search of a Public Interest Technology Workforce Fellow to collaborate on our mission to support digital service professionals.
Video: Online discussion on Georgetown University’s State Software Collaborative hosted by AGL on 6/23/20
AGL hosted an online discussion on June 23rd with Georgetown University's State Software Collaborative with Robin Carnahan and Waldo Jaquith, both formerly of 18F.
AGL Special Presentation on 6/23: State Software Collaborative with Robin Carnahan and Waldo Jaquith
Please join us for a special online discussion with Robin Carnahan and Waldo Jaquith, co-founders of the State Software Collaborative, a project organized with Georgetown University’s Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation.
AGL will host a social hour and follow-up discussion to last week's AGL Live: "Agile Coaches on the Front Lines." The dialogue was so lively that we were not able to get to all of the questions. Please join us for a casual conversation with agile coaches working in government.
Agile coaches from federal and local agencies will talk about their challenges and successes on the front lines in government. Please join us for AGL Live, an online discussion featuring expert practitioners sharing knowledge and helping to transform government.
On March 26 at our monthly AGL All-Members call, agile coach Karen Bruns hosted a virtual open space discussion. Similar to an “unconference,” open space is participatory with the agenda, format and topics driven by the audience. The session demonstrated the potential of online conferences, considering the COVID-19 crisis that is keeping people physically separated.
U.S. Department of Energy CIO Chris “Rocky” Campione says he is not an agile expert, nor does he think it’s the greatest thing ever. However, as the technology executive for one of the nation’s largest and most mission-critical departments, he has a lot to say about iteration, culture and making progress in two-week sprints. He says he wants to create a culture of delivery.
How did user-centered design help improve health IT for 2.6 million American Indians and Alaskan Natives? By thoroughly understanding the patients, according to Maia Laing, Senior Business Consultant in the Office of the CTO at the Department of Health and Human Services.