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OpenSpace Agility (OSA) is a repeatable technique for getting a rapid and lasting Agile adoption. It works with what you are currently doing, and can be added at any time.

For executive leaders, OSA is a template that operationalizes the core values of Lean, namely: respect for people, and continuous improvement. For executives who are truly committed to these values, OSA represents a way forward.

OpenSpaceAgility incorporates the power of invitation, Open Space, game mechanics, passage rites, storytelling and more…so your Agile adoption can actually take root. OSA is based on people, THEN practices. You can use any practice or framework with OSA: Scrum, Kanban, DaD, SAFe, LeSS, and more.

Links:

Examine Video Testimonials (15 minutes each)

OSA Executive Summary

OSA Big Picture

What is Open Space?

 

NOTE: Attempting to use invitation (and specifically the inviting Open Space meeting format) to persuade, convince, or otherwise influence anyone to do anything in an Agile adoption without their explicit consent is not in alignment with the spirit, purposes and intent of the OpenSpace Agility technique.

 

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OpenSpace Agility™ is based on Prime/OS™. Prime/OS is open-source culture technology. The open-source OpenSpace Agility timeline, events, rules, roles, meetings, consulting techniques and related documents are published under the Creative Commons Atrribution Share-Alike license. The license is an open source license. Under this license, you are strongly encouraged to innovate by freely developing applications based upon OpenSpace Agility.

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