I’ve tweeted and blogged about the Cornwall Agile Programme before - something I like to call the ‘Cornish Software Mines’. So it is with great pride that I’m please to announce that the programme has been nominated for an award.
The Agile awards are presented as part of the Agile Business Conference and ‘Agile Cornwall’ has been nominated under the ‘Best use of Agile in the Public Sector’ - officially the programme is part of the ‘Convergence Programme for Cornwall & Isles of Scilly’ so the nomination is under this name.
This autumn I’ll be delivering a couple of case studies of the programme and the companies which have benefitted. The first of these will be, fittingly, at the Agile on the Beach conference in Falmouth. This isn’t a coincidence, the conference is a spin-off from the programme. This will be the most comprehensive case study as it will include presentations from several of the companies who have benefitted from the programme.
A few weeks later a cut down version of the case study will be appearing at the Agile Business Conference. If you miss it there I’m sure it will have another outing before long.
In the meantime, I’ve posted a case study of the work I’ve done with Sullivan Cuff Software on the Software Strategy website.