remote:af Community Events
Meetups, conferences, podcasts and webinars, we love to share our knowledge, experiences and insights into remote working, and community events are a great way to spread the remote:af message.

upcoming events

interested in hearing more about the Remote Agility Framework? Join an upcoming community event to hear from our contributors on everything remote:af

Introduction to remote:af
The remote:af team believe that with the advent of COVID19 the world is moving to where working remotely is the ” Next Normal”. This presents the opportunity to rethink the way that we work for the better, building closer communities, more sustainable working practices for organisations and the planet. Remote:af, the world's first framework for effective remote working introduces principles, patterns and practices to enhance and enable the "Next Normal".
We discuss the principles that anchor the framework and how Remote AF has been designed with the levels of the organisation in mind.
Enterprise: Using patterns to make strategy accessible, enabling autonomous decision making with directional alignment.
Team of Teams: Patterns to align teams with data for effective planning, governance and delivery.
Teams : Designing to evolve teams in order to fit the nature of the problem that they are solving. Lastly a snapshot of some of the specific attributes of the framework

Johannesburg Meetup
Dates:
Monday 24 August 2020
Speaker:

Andrew Blain - founder of remote:af
Tony Ponton - co-creator of remote:af

Business Agility Live
Dates:
Thursday 27 August 2020 @ 6pm AES
Speaker:
Andrew Blain - founder of remote:af
David McKenzie - co-creator of remote:af

Why remote:af and decomposing strategy to planning
Take advantage of the environmental, social and commercial benefits remote and distributed working offers, whilst at the same time building awareness of the challenges to increase our ability to overcome them.  This session also includes:
Operating model design - remote:af Operating Model Design is performed on a regular cadence to tune the operating model to context, exploring changes to the customer, supply chain and strategy, and tweaking team structures, patterns, interactions and enablers to ensure alignment.
Remote strategy and all hands planning - Vertical (bi-directional) decomposition of strategy through Objectives and Key Results and using Horizontal alignment through Kanban Systems, remote:af use patterns to decompose strategy through the Team or teams and then to delivery teams to ensure alignment, strategic benefit and continued feedback

Perth Agile Meetup
Dates:
Wednesday 2 September 2020
Speaker:

Andrew Blain - founder of remote:af
Tony Ponton - co-creator of remote:af

Introduction to remote:af
The remote:af team believe that with the advent of COVID19 the world is moving to where working remotely is the ” Next Normal”. This presents the opportunity to rethink the way that we work for the better, building closer communities, more sustainable working practices for organisations and the planet. Remote:af, the world's first framework for effective remote working introduces principles, patterns and practices to enhance and enable the "Next Normal".
We discuss the principles that anchor the framework and how Remote AF has been designed with the levels of the organisation in mind.
Enterprise: Using patterns to make strategy accessible, enabling autonomous decision making with directional alignment.
Team of Teams: Patterns to align teams with data for effective planning, governance and delivery.
Teams : Designing to evolve teams in order to fit the nature of the problem that they are solving. Lastly a snapshot of some of the specific attributes of the framework

Agile Australia Circles
Dates:
Tuesday 22 September 2020 @ noon AES
Speaker:

Andrew Blain - founder of remote:af

Leading the remote:af enterprise
The line between safety in the workplace and safety in the home has become blurred, leaders who relied on command and control to get results are struggling with the paradigm shift, and while some teams (particularly Agile teams) are demonstrating productivity gains, the increased risk of alignment gaps means senior staff are increasingly overburdened with virtual collaboration. Meanwhile several tools have jumped the chasm into mainstream existence and capital is flowing towards a remote future.In this talk Andrew will talk about how remote:af, the world’s first framework for effective remote working, is helping organisations to navigate the remote now, and the hybrid next. He will focus on patterns that organisations are currently using to support remote leadership teams, to design operating models that are optimised for remote and hybrid working, and to take strategy into execution.

recent events

missed a session, but still want to hear about what happened? Below are recent community events and topics, contact us and we can organise an event for you!

Scottish Meetup - The Future of working
Topic:
Introduction to remote:af

Responsible Tech Summit
Topic:
Introduction to remote:af

Nigerian Agile Meetup
Topic:
Introduction to remote:af

The Whole of Africa Combined Meetup -Nigeria , Kenya , Cape Town, Johannesburg
Topic:
Introduction to remote:af

Remote Hacking
Topic:
Introduction to remote:af

Business Agility Institute - International podcast
Topic:
Remote Governance
Remote:af Teaming models
Launching remote teams

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