Is your favorite flavor of agility resulting in process over people? Is your contribution mired in person hours that inevitably turn into mythical person months? Are human efforts in heroic zeros and ones measured in seemingly pointless (story) points instead of customer, business, and employee value (ROI)? What began as a technology revolution has devolved into frameworks and processes that focus solely on mindless over mindful measuring, tracking, and projecting. And while many organizations find initial success that generates interest and demand for scaling agile and digital transformations, even more common is the ultimate disappointment in not achieving the desired outcomes promised by even the most well-intentioned technologists. However, not all is lost. If we just look to our past we find evidence of achieving the outcomes we hope to see in our futures, both for organizations and as individuals. In today’s business landscape modern work is often misunderstood, applying archaic approaches and mandating standards based on a world that no longer exists. To effectively navigate where it’s going, being ready requires the often undervalued human skills of observation, adaptation, and evolution. Modern agility requires focus on modern humanity. Are you human? So are we! Join us as we investigate historical and scientific foundations to approach humanizing work.