Cass Van Gelder

Cass Van Gelder

Cass started in theatre, learning theatrical and improv games. As an Agile Coach, she uses them to discover what’s holding teams back – individually and collectively.
Based in Vienna, Austria, Cass creates games, speaks internationally about mental health, and writes about subjects others avoid. Her latest projects include: Mom UniverCITY; “Presenting When You’d Rather Do Laundry” series; and her book “Creating Your Own Agile Games.”
She trained in New York at Hunter College, taking Master Classes from Ruby Dee; worked at Second City in Las Vegas, studying with Jason Sudeikis (“SNL,” “Horrible Bosses,”) Kay Cannon (“Pitch Perfect” series, “New Girl,”) and Joe Kelly (“SNL, “How I Met Your Mother.”); appeared in large productions in New York, San Francisco, and Las Vegas, including the North American premiere of “Jerry Springer: The Opera” at the MGM Grand.
She, also, tends to be funny. Usually.

About Best Agile Articles Project

Best Agile Articles is a collaborative project of the Agile community to bring you the best of the best publications each year. Our goal in publishing these yearly editions is to cull through the many articles that are published each year and provide you with a curated set of high-quality articles that capture the latest knowledge and experience of the agile community in one compact volume.
Our purpose is twofold. First, we understand that it’s hard to figure out where to go when looking for ideas and answers. There are thousands of blogs, videos, books and other resources available at the click of a mouse. But that can be a lot to sort through. So, we thought we could be of some help. Second, we wanted to bring some visibility to many people who are doing outstanding work in this field and are providing helpful resources. We hope that this publication will help them connect to you, the ones they are writing for.
Our intention is that this publication is to be by the agile community as a service to the agile community and for the agile community. With that in mind, we pulled together a great group of volunteers to help get this work into your hands.

The articles in this volume were selected by:
• A diverse Volunteer Committee of sixteen people with expertise in a variety of areas related to agile.
• The agile community. A call for article nominations went out in early 2020 and several dozen 2019 articles were nominated by the community.

The articles themselves cover a wide variety of topics including organizational structure, culture, and agile leadership. There is something for almost everyone here. All editions of the Best Agile Articles publication are available on Amazon and free to download on the Best Agile Article site.
We are thankful for the great participation by the agile community at large. If you would like to participate in delivering this publication in future years, we would welcome hearing from you.

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