Jody Weir
Rob Gaunt

Rob Gaunt

EPiC Partner, Tribal Leader and Enterprise Business Agility Strategist

Jody Weir: Start with the Retros


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Why are retrospectives important?

During our first episode of At Home With Interesting People, our guest Jody Weir told us the one practice she would start with when introducing agility into the workplace…Retrospectives.

To find out why, watch below…

What is ‘At Home With Interesting People’?

Now that a lot of the world is in some form of self-isolation and in-person events are problematic, EPiC thought it would be a good idea to start a new virtual event. We’ve called it ‘At Home With…Interesting People’.  It’s a one-hour webinar show where EPiC chats about business agility and has fun with an interesting person, while at home.

Our first episode was with guest star, Jody Weir, Head of Agility at THE ICONIC.

Our second episode is going live on the 24th July, 2020 @ 12pm. Our guest is Matt McCormack from Cognizant. Register to the Zoom webinar here.

You can watch the full webinar with Jody here:

Who is Jody Weir?

Jody started her agility journey in Silicon Valley, where she worked for Intuit, known for financial software QuickBooks. After 12 years, she moved to Sydney, Australia with her husband to raise their children here.

Over 9 years in Australia, she has worked for Commonwealth Bank, AMP (where I met her) and now THE ICONIC.

Jody has been working from home since the COVID-19 lockdown. She was kind enough to show us around her home while answering questions about how the pandemic has affected herself, her family and THE ICONIC.


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