ASQ Section 509
Washington, DC and Maryland Metro
"The Agile Performance Holocracy: An Empirical Model for Scaling Self-Organizing Teams”
Speaker Biography: Tim Zeller, Broadsword's Director of Strategic Solutions
Tim Zeller, Broadsword’s Director of Strategic Solutions, is responsible for the introduction of innovative service offerings into the market and with our clients.
Tim is a Scrum Master, ISO Lead Auditor, Labor Relations Attorney, ScrumMaster, and CMMI Process Improvement Specialist. He has deep experience in the health-care sector and has worked extensively in State and Federal Government. Tim has been the CEO of several non-profit corporations and lives in Lansing, MI. He holds a degree in Management from the University of Illinois, Springfield, received a Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School and enjoys exploring the mountainsides of foreign countries on the back of a motorcycle.
Broadsword offers Agile, CMMI, A-SPICE, ISO, and Organizational Change consulting, appraisals, workshops, and training – but that’s only the beginning. We provide an agile environment in which you can be successful, learn, and be part of making a great company even better.
Presentation Overview: As more companies seek the benefits of Agile within and beyond IT, Agile Leaders need to build and sustain capability while scaling agility – no easy task – and they need to succeed without introducing unnecessary process and overhead.
The Agile Performance Holarchy is an empirical model for Agile leaders that provides guidance for scaling and sustaining agility and capability throughout a modern technology organization. The APH is drawn from lessons learned while observing and assessing hundreds of agile companies and teams. It is not a process or a hierarchy, but a “Holarchy,” centered around a series of Performance Circles with embedded “holons” that reflect the behaviors of high performing Agile organizations. The Agile Performance Holarchy provides implementation guidance in the areas of Leadership, Values, Teaming, Visioning, Governing, Building, Supporting, and Engaging within an all-Agile organization.
We look forward to seeing you.
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at Marriott Bethesda Suites/ Democracy Grill, 6711 Democracy Blvd., Bethesda MD, 20817
Parking: When entering from Democracy Blvd, take a right off of Democracy Blvd into the Office Complex and make an immediate left. Drive past the hotel (located on right). Garage entrance is on the left hand side (behind the hotel). Parking is complimentary, please take a ticket to enter the garage and we will validate it upon departure. The entrance to the hotel is located on level 3 of the parking garage.
Registration & Networking: 6:00 p.m.
Announcements: 6:30 p.m.
Program: 8:00 p.m.
Adjourn 9:00 p.m.
The cost is $35 for members and students or $45 for non-members.
Registration: Please register on this page or by contacting Programs Chair Katie Warlick (Programs@asq509.org).