Moving to the United States

An opportunity has arisen for me to travel to the United States to help out with a large transformation using Scrumban (combining Scrum, Agile and Lean Kanban).  CodeGenesys a company that specializes in consulting in this area has invited me to come over and help out with the transformation at a large Health Insurance company.  CodeGenesys also make a online visualization board called ScrumDo which I have written about in the blog articles Managing work with ScrumDo – Part 1 and Managing work with ScrumDo – Part 2.

About Agile still operates and the courses and training are still available.  They will be available on an as needed basis in Australia and elsewhere and will be subject to my availability.  So inquiries are still welcome. I hope to give training in the United States as well.  I will look to schedule public classes again after settling down in the US and the picture becomes clearer.

My relationship with CodeGenesys will be a symbiotic relationship.  I hope to learn a lot from my secondment to the US  and spread new knowledge on my return back to Australia.  Training from CodeGenesys will be combined with the About Agile courses to offer a greater suite of courses.

These will combine with consulting and coaching to provide a full array of services to help out with transformations and ongoing improvement efforts.

My time in the US will be at least 6 months and depending on conditions could go on for longer.

Please stay in touch through my email address info@aboutagile.com.  I tweet through the handle @n_zdunic.

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