The 20-Day Agility Challenge

DeMystifying Agility, one belief at a time.

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Here's What People Are Saying About the 20-Day Agility Challenge

  • The 20-day Challenge allowed me to dedicate the time to better understand the agile manifesto and principles.  And it was time well spent.  I recognized concepts that I had glossed over before.  I now feel better able to provide guidance to my clients.

    Larry, Agile Coach and Enthusiast
  • A lot of people think Scrum is all there is in Agile, that following Scrum, the daily stand-up, etc. will get you the benefits of being agile.  The 20-Day Challenge allows participants to explore what Agile really is, a set of values and principles.  By taking each in turn and asking the reader to really think about it, each will discover the depth of what was written back in 2001.  This is a great resource for anyone wanting to explore the real meaning of Agile.

    William, Agile Coach
  • The 20-Day Agility Challenge reminded me that agility is action and mindset that are focused to achieve desired results. It showed me how important the values and principles are to agility, with frameworks acting as scaffolds while work is being completed and new behaviors/habits are being formed.

    Tim, Scrum Master
  • I’ve been working with agile teams since 2005 and consistently encouraging people to read the AM and it’s principles. While I’ve read and reread it my self – it was not until the 20-DAC that I studied and reflected upon the interrelated aspects of the principles and their support of the values of agility. It struck me as phenomenal – the new meanings I’ve seen within the nuance of the Agile Manifesto. I sincerely hope more people will enjoy their reflection via the 20-DAC.

    David Koontz, Agile Transition Guide
  • The 20-Day Agility Challenge has been an incredible tool in my growth and further understanding agile concepts. You’ll find this resource to be valuable regardless of your role.

    Stephen Vanover, Agile Coach
  • Having taught agile, Scrum and Kanban for years, I learned something within 30 minutes from the 20-Day Agility Challenge. I suspect you will too.

    Gary, Trainer and Coach

Has your team hit the wall when it comes to increasing their agility?

Have you been looking for answers in a sea of so-called "agile practices"?

Can't make up your mind which way to go with that fancy new tool that promises 10X agility?

Tried all the tools in your toolbox only to realize none of them are working?

Are you having trouble navigating your way out of the situation you find yourself in?

Would you like to return to a place of limitless creative options?

Perhaps you need to return to where agile began. The 20-Day Agility Challenge can help you get there.

Are you willing to commit 15-30 minutes a day to thoughtfully work through that day’s Challenge to improve your agility?

After you register, you will receive an email every day for 20 workdays (no weekends). Each email is intended to help you challenge what you believe about agility by exploring the Agile Manifesto in detail – most likely more detail than you have before.

You may be surprised to find out which concepts you believe that are in sync with the Agile Manifesto.

You may also be surprised to learn that a lot of what gets labeled as “agile” has nothing to do with what the 17 Founders of the Agile Manifesto wrote.

What do you have to lose?

Then again, if taking the 20-Day Agility Challenge enhances your understanding of agility, imagine how much you could gain?

Are you or your team losing momentum in their quest for agility?

Do you have what it takes to challenge your beliefs about agile?

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