about the blog

Hello there and thanks for stopping by.

As I was looking for new ways to spice up a dusty photoblog, an idea, as they often do, flew in out of nowhere.

“Why not make a linkage between a passion for photographic images and the agile product development world that is now a large part of my working life?”

So that is how imageAgile came to be.

I was surprised how quickly the stories came to mind when reviewing photos already shared in the original blog. Now my goal is to make the linkage between images and agility even more meaningful.

The images will happen as they always happened, out with a camera in hand enjoying everything that comes in front of the lens. What is special though, is the time for reflection that a great picture creates, often by portraying something in a new way or making links to something else.

In the case of imageAgile the link may be coincidental or intentional – that will depend on which comes first – the idea for the image or the idea for the story. Either way let’s see where this goes while having some fun on the way.

More about the blogger: Glenn is a Husband, Agilist, Coach, Trainer and Consultant.


A Brit who has been living and working in Germany for almost all of his career.

After having spent over 20 enjoyable years with the Eastman Kodak Company, Glenn is now with the Agile IT company NovaTec Consulting based near Stuttgart, Germany.

Most of all he enjoys helping others get more out of their working lives, by learning together, whether it be in consulting, coaching or training engagements.

Glenn believes strongly in always keeping the agile values of trust, openness, honesty and respect right up front.

Following a traditional IT project management background (PRINCE2 Practitioner and PMI Project Management Professional) as well as european product management he now focuses on the agile methods Scrum (Scrum.org PSMII and PSPOII) and Kanban in IT projects.

Thanks for your visit!

Cheers, Glenn

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