AGL's online course for Product Owners in government is featured in Apolitical's Data and Digital Directory, which lists 100 places for public servants to learn for free.
A collective of tech and design firms are pledging to help each other and bring better services to government through a non-traditional set of agile values, different than those typically seen in the government IT marketplace.
Experienced leaders of agile government projects explain how to choose the right approach for your team size and project type — starting with a beginner-level overview of each framework.
Drawing on their combined experience with innovation efforts in federal, local, and nonprofit civic organizations, a panel of government practitioners at AGL Summit discussed key elements for leading change in the risk-averse public sector.
VIDEO: State and local government practitioners share ideas, priorities in open discussion on digital services
At AGL Summit on May 23 in Sacramento, government practitioners from state and local agencies and civic technology firms participated in open space discussion on the future of government digital services in California.
FI$Cal director shows how collaborative agile methods improved California’s massive financial IT system
At AGL Summit, Miriam Barcellona Ingenito, Director of the Financial Information System for California (FI$Cal), spoke about her department’s efforts to use design thinking to collaborate on serving customers better.
Agile coach shows government practitioners why traditional project management is ‘a broken system’ … and how to fix it
At AGL Summit: Kristen Morton, Enterprise Agile Transformation Coach at Red Hat, discussed how teams can work better together by adopting project management approaches that allow for better collaboration and creativity.
At AGL Summit, a panel of government innovators discussed how modular procurement can help agencies break large projects into smaller chunks of work to enable best digital services practices, improved accountability, and better outcomes.
The Agile Government Handbook, a collaborative effort by AGL practitioners in public and private sectors, is featured in Apolitical's "Government Innovation Atlas", a collection of resources and tools for helping governments modernize successfully.
At AGL Summit on May 23 in Sacramento, Ann Dunkin offered insights on how governments can create a culture of learning and collaboration for successful innovation efforts.