Inclusion is an agile state of mind
When it comes to fostering inclusive workplaces, inclusion is often the after thought or bolt on. And even sometimes when people have the best intentions, they still manage to have the opposite effect of what inclusion should be.
Inclusion should be an everyday state of mind. Working in an agile way can either hinder or create better inclusive environments. My talk hopes to spark conversation and discussion about inclusion and how it should be included in agile ways of working from the very start, especially when thinking about individuals and interactions – recruitment, culture and agile ceremonies.