Agility as A Mindset | February Chapter Event

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Let us spend some time busting some agility myths and learning about how the agile mindset works!


We are going to move away from the focus on the “practices”, the tools and techniques and ceremonies, and we will drill into the values, principles, and behaviours that make agility valuable!

The approach will be a “Lean Coffee” style session, with questions from the floor to help us know what you want to cover; not my agenda but your questions! And, I will relate them back to the main aspects of agility they correspond with.

In this session, we will:

  • experience agility in action
  • gain insights into the “why” of agility
  • learn that agility is more than just Stand-ups and story cards.



  • Predictive and iterative / evolving delivery approaches – why these are different
  • How complexity affects delivery approaches
  • Decision-making and empowerment
  • How stakeholders are essential for value maximisation using feedback loops
  • Team engagement including psychological safety and participation
  • How the ceremonies, tools and techniques support the main drivers for agility adoption


Speaker Introduction


Sharon Robson

Founder and Director of Enterprising Agility


Sharon is the Founder and Director of Enterprising Agility, a consultancy that helps clients to embrace modern working practices, high impact leadership and exponential thinking to meet market demands whilst maintaining a nimble and flexible approach. She specializes in strategic thinking, continuous improvement approaches and growth strategies for business. Sharon focuses on applying lean and agile principles, as well as applying collaborative based approaches to problem solving and risk management. She has been working in IT for over 25 years with experience in both large corporations and small organizations. In 2021, Sharon won the Women in Technology (WIT) Award for Outstanding Achievement in Technology for her work in mobilising the agility community. She is an active member of the IT and Agility communities and a frequent speaker at conferences and events.


Connect with the speaker




T: @SMRobson




If you have registered online, we ask that you please respect your online commitment as there is venue space limitations. If you are unable to attend in-person, please inform the Events team as your attendance will impact catering and venue occupancy count.


545 PM | Chapter Event Opening

600 PM | Speaker Presentation Starts

730 PM | Presentation and Q&A Ends; Networking Opportunities

800 PM | Chapter Event Closes



This event is a hybrid event. You can attend either in-person or join us via ZOOM online. After registration, you will receive an invoice email with the attached online meeting link.

Students: This event is free for students (applicable to PMIQ student members and non-student members). For non-student members, please reach out to Events team at to receive a code for registration. You will need to provide a photo / screenshot of your student ID with its expiration date as proof of your enrolment status in Queensland tertiary education.

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Event Date:23 February 2023

Event Time:17:30 to 20:00

Registration Close Date: 23 February 2023 at 17:00

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Students: Free

Members: $25.00



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