Agile Twin Cities Meetup
Travis Klinker, Director of Agile & Engineer Enablement, and Ross Libby, Lead Agile Coach; will share stories behind the journey and outline their approach to tackling the elusive endeavor of achieving Enterprise Business Agility at a large corporation.
The road to Enterprise Business Agility is paved with tons of learning and long-term investments in areas such as architecture and product management; combined with ongoing investment in coaching and training of lean-agile principles to empowered teams. We will share stories behind Target’s journey and outline our path to Enterprise Business Agility at a large corporation, such as navigating through Team Agility, Product Agility, Strategic Agility, and Operational Agility.
- 5:30 to 6:00 pm - Social (Food and Drinks)
- 6:00 to 7:00 pm - Topic and Discussion
- 7:00 to 7:30 pm - Q&A / Wrap Up
Travis Klinker Director, Agile & Engineering Enablement
Travis Klinker is the Director of Agile & Engineering Enablement which operates the Target Dojo and manages a team of coaches who are leading an organizational transformation with a focus on Product, customer-centric value, Lean-Agile adoption, and DevOps.
Travis is an accomplished technology leader with over 15+ years of experience in building and managing self-succeeding global teams for software development and technology operations. A lean and agile practitioner, with an emphasis on enterprise business agility, Travis promotes product discovery and delivery in support of the customer experience via empowered teams and the adoption of new ways of working.
Ross Libby Lead Agile Coach
Accomplished business analyst, consultant, coach, and agile team leader passionate about building and being part of teams that experiment and learn rapidly to deliver value continuously – 10 years of corporate retail experience driving business and project results, managing cross-functional teams and timings & actions, and collaborating with partners and clients; proficient at micro and macro comprehension to steer strategy through execution and understand the people, process, data, and technology dynamic.