Agile Maturity and Empowerment Model for Distributed Teams

The paper will highlight about how distributed agile teams will be empowered and how they can adopt different agile practices as their maturity grows.

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Outline/Structure of the Talk

Talk of around 30 mins, will contain 8-10 slides, 15 mins for discussion and QA session

Learning Outcome

How to empower distributed agile teams, agile maturity model for distributed agile teams

Target Audience

Agile Coaches, Managers

schedule Submitted 2 years ago

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  • Alhad Akole
    By Alhad Akole  ~  2 years ago
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    Hi Amit,

    Can you please provide more details on Agile Maturity model? How this will be used and what are the benefits of it over other maturity models available in market.


  • Vishal Prasad
    By Vishal Prasad  ~  2 years ago
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    Hi Amit, 

    Could you please provide an outline of your session as bulleted sub-topics so it's easier to understand how it's distributed over 45 minutes? It will also be helpful if you can add any related presentation slides.

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