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What If? - An Exploration of What's Possible, What's Not and Why?

Datum:05.02.2014
Uhrzeit:18:30 - 20:00
Vortrag: Nmi 5
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Once upon a time, someone introduced you to agile methods. It may have been yesterday or even in the last millennium. While the flavors change the challenges remain. Beyond the initial honeymoon lie tough challenges that elude popular literature and practice. We will examine the pragmatic use of agile methods and the successful infusion of tools and techniques from other disciplines, and from confronting the realities of the hard problems that face real practitioners working on products small and large in companies of all shapes and sizes.

Target Audience: Architects, Developers, Project Leader, Manager, Decision Makers
Prerequisites: some knowledge in agile methods would be helpful
Level: Practicing

You will learn:
Learn how evolution is an essential (and healthy) measure in the use and improvement of any process. Understand how to benefit from the pragmatic use of agile methods and the successful infusion of tools and techniques from other disciplines.

Extended abstract:
Once upon a time, someone introduce you to agile methods. It may have been just yesterday or possible in the last millennium. While the flavors change (big A agile, pragmatic agility, Nuevo Lean, etc.) the challenges remain. Beyond the initial honeymoon lies the road of tough challenges that seem to elude the content of the popular literature and fall squarely on the shoulder of the practitioners. This talk walks us from where we've been, to where we are and into where we can go.
You will not be bored with a history lesson. Instead you will be challenged to think and rethink how your processes are helping, hindering or hurting you. We will examine the pragmatic use of agile methods and the successful infusion of tools and techniques from other disciplines, from days gone by, and from confronting the realities of the hard problems that face real practitioners working on products small and large in companies of all shapes and sizes around the world. Evolution is an essential (and healthy) measure in the use and improvement of any process. Please show up ready to evolve or face the risk of irrelevance in the face of certain and more rapid change.