A conference for
the leaders of
business agility

April 22

A new perspective on business agility

Elevate Agile is a one-day event that’s dedicated to elevating the topics of Agile Transformation and Business Agility beyond the realm of practices and bringing together the Leaders of Business Agility who have been charged with navigating the complexity of enterprise Transformation.

April 22, 2021 at the Coca Cola Roxy
  • The Unpleasant Truth

    Agile has become a commodity and the community’s solutions are stale. Training, tools, and frameworks—they’re insufficient. And a culture-first Transformation isn’t the answer either.

  • Agile is Being Marginalized

    Organizations, especially large enterprises, are seeing diminishing returns on Agile and are less willing to invest in it because they don’t see it as a solution to their key business drivers.

  • Is This the End of Agile?

    It doesn’t have to be. For Agile to maintain its relevancy, the conversation has to be elevated beyond team-level activities and applied within the context of the entire enterprise.

  • Ushering in a New Era

    It’s time to take back the reins and thrust Agile back into the limelight as a first-tier solution to the business problems that large, complex organizations are facing.

Meet Your
2021 Speakers

Mike Cottmeyer

Dennis Stevens

Chris Beale

Brian Sondergaard

What’s on
the Agenda

Additional speakers and talks coming soon. Check back for updates.

View the Talks from 2019

What does it take to Elevate Agile?

Twenty years later, Agile is still able to help you maintain your competitive edge in an ever-changing marketplace.

Designing an Agile System of Delivery

Agile requires a certain level of forethought & intentionality to be successful. Without a plan, it will fail every time.

Orchestrating Transformation

A coordinated attack on the constraints that block meaningful change is the only way your enterprise will ever become Agile.

Sustaining Momentum

In order to make changes stick, you’re going to have to stave off complacency and continue to evolve with the change.