Session: Collaborative Visioning & Learning in the Agile Organization

Wednesday, 10:00 - 10:50
Track: Collaboration

21st century innovative companies do not rely on a top-down or command-and-control approach for how they create vision and deliver against that vision. In this session, Jean Tabaka gives you straight forward examples of how organizations apply collaboration as a business advantage. Her approach show how the collective wisdom from the entire organization creates better vision and better consensus on how to deliver against the vision.


Basic understanding of Agile collaborative practices at the team level


Participants will learn a variety of visioning, reflection, planning, and learning models to collaboratively create a sustainable, innovative and truly Agile company.

Jean Tabaka

Jean Tabaka, Agile Fellow with Rally Software, is continuing to learn about software development principles, processes, and practices. She seeks humane approaches that deliver high value in our business communities. Her work in product development flow reaches beyond traditional Agile. She also works in systems thinking and complexity theory. Jean holds a Masters in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University and is the author of “Collaboration Explained” and other articles on Agile organizations. Jean blogs at and tweets as @jeantabaka.

Jean Tabaka