Scaling (Down!) Agile?
Agile manifesto was born in 2001. Various lightweight methodologies came under the umbrella of "Agile" methods/practices. With the evolution, various frameworks/methods have come up to address the challenges of scaling Agile at large level.
When it comes to Agility at small scale such as Startup or smaller companies, the traditional Agile practices including some of the principles do not fit as is. With this talk, I would be sharing my personal experience as a startup founder and the knowledge I have built based on the newer practices to address Agility challenges at smaller scale.
Outline/structure of the Session
World of Scaling Agile
- Definition of Startup
Small Group Activity (2 min)
History of Agile and Key Takeaways
- Lean Startup
- Design Thinking
- Traditional Agile principles and need for adapting to newer ones
- Brief Overview of New Practices and Principles
schedule Submitted 4 months ago
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