Thank you, hello and see you soon at the Tools4AgileTeams!
The 11th Tools4AgileTeams and the first in a hybrid format has ended – and it was great! We would like to thank everyone who participated, discussed, networked, chatted, asked questions, answered questions and made for a super mood and atmosphere!
150 participants joined us on-site in our Headquarters, 1,957 remotely, watching 52 sessions by 85 speakers. Those are the numbers for T4AT 2022, and we received many positive messages about the event. So it’s only natural that we want to see if we can increase those numbers in 2023!
In 2011, the Tools4AgileTeams conference started as an experiment. The initial question back then was: Is there even a need for an event for agile enthusiasts in Germany? Today we know: YES. And we are happy that our conference has become a permanent fixture in the event calendar of all those who are interested in agility in all its facets – be it agile teamwork, agile leadership, agile product management, agile games, agile corporate culture, agile scaling or the workplace of the future.
The next T4AT conference will be held on Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2023. For this next iteration of the event, we will again set up a lot of great sessions prepared by you and for you. We are looking forward to seeing you (again)!
Save the Date T4AT 2023:
29/11/2023 Agile Night (on site)
30/11 + 01/12/2023
Purchase ticket for 2023
plus 19 % VAT
plus 19 % VAT
Feiert mit uns!
Wir freuen uns schon jetzt auf eine großartige Tools4AgileTeams Konferenz. Unser Ziel: Nützliche, anwendbare Ideen und Kenntnisse für dein Unternehmen mit Vorträgen, interaktiven Sessions und Austausch rund um Agilität in Teams und Unternehmen.
2. Dezember 2021: Agile Night
3. Dezember 2021: Konferenztag
Beginn: 16 Uhr
Beginn: 9 Uhr
Aufgrund der aktuellen Situation findet die Konferenz auch in diesem Jahr ausschließlich online statt.
zzgl. 19 % MwSt.
As an author, speaker and founder, Jurgen helps creative organizations survive and thrive in the 21st century. Century to survive. He offers concrete games, tools, and practices you can use to implement better management with fewer managers. He also offers the unFIX model for designing diverse organizations focused on continuous innovation and better human experiences.
Versatile Organization Design with the unFIX Model
Dean Leffingwell is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on Lean-Agile best practices. He is an entrepreneur and software development methodologist best known for developing SAFe®, the world’s most widely used framework for business agility.
His best-selling books “Agile Software Requirements,” “Scaling Software Agility,” and “SAFe® Distilled” form much of the foundation of modern thinking about lean agile practices and principles. The founder of several successful startups, he also served as Chief Methodologist at Rally Software and, prior to that, as Senior Vice President at Rational Software (now part of IBM). He currently serves as Chief Methodologist at Scaled Agile, Inc. which he co-founded in 2011.
Achieving Business Agility with SAFe (EN Talk)
As an Atlassian expert and modern work evangelist, Mark is truly “living the dream.” Mark focuses more on practice than theory and spends his days coaching both Atlassian and client teams on new ways of working and then sharing what he has learned at events around the world!
Mark joined Atlassian in 2019, bringing more than a decade of experience, during which he experimented with work and supported people, teams and organizations like Boeing, Nordstroms, TD Ameritrade and Rocket Morgage with their transformation. Mark is committed to bringing modern ways of working, a mindset of transformation, and the power of expert storytelling to everything he does.
Interpersonal alchemy and the magic behind high-performing teams (EN Talk)
Testimonials for the 2022 conference
“Es kommt noch ein Punkt, dann könnt ihr Fotos von der Folie machen…. So, jetzt könnt ihr Fotos machen.”— Christina Schreck (@schrecksche) December 1, 2022
Ok 😊#t4at @onkelkodi pic.twitter.com/4C2JVyEm5m
Spannende Fragen aus dem Open Innovation Process von Clemens Fucker auf der #t4at... "Wa s sind die guten Gründe für den Status Quo?" oder "Was passiert, wenn nichts passiert?"— Der Alex (@alexkylburg) December 1, 2022
Enjoying a creative agile environment at #t4at in Wiesbaden, and Dean’s keynote @ScaledAgile pic.twitter.com/dq6PT8fRYh— deema dajani (@ddajani) December 1, 2022
Real coffee. Banana cake. And sensible toilet signs. I already love it here at Tools4AgileTeams in Wiesbaden #T4AT pic.twitter.com/80qImruVTE— Jurgen Appelo (@jurgenappelo) December 2, 2022
wow, über 1600 TN online bei der T4AT gestern:— Manuel Marsch (@manumars) December 2, 2022
... - mal sehen ob wir das heute toppen??? #T4AT pic.twitter.com/SHPtzpn0HC