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    Data @ the core of Enterprise Agile

    Mathew Aniyan
    Mathew Aniyan
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    Agile adopts an empirical approach to software development. One of the key aspects of a successful Agile Implementation is how quickly we can react to change. For this, we need to ensure that data flows seamlessly from customer to the Agile team. This data should form a critical part of our decision making.

    • Is the customer successful in using our product or service?
    • Which features are customer most interested in?
    • Where are the friction points in usage?
    • Where are the failures happening in our product?
    • How is the customer engaging with our product over time?

    and many more similar questions.

    In this talk, I discuss best practices in data collection, analysis and visualization and how data can make your Agile process and thereby your business more effective.

  • Raghu Kashyap
    Raghu Kashyap
    Anu Balasubramanya
    Anu Balasubramanya
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Case Study
    Intermediate
    Its been a long journey for Agile in Product Development or support areas. There are well established organizations where the usage of Agile has been remarkable and Orbitz is one of those places.
    Why don’t we hear as much in the BI space when it comes to Agile? This is probably attributed to the ad-hoc nature of BI projects and fluid nature of End Goals. We over the last few years tried to change this perception and leverage the goodness and effectiveness of being Agile in the BI space. BI is so vast that there are different areas where you can bring in the principles and process of Agile. We are incorporating XP, Scrum and Kanban principles to transform the way we do development and support our businesses. We were also successful in incorporating CI within the BI area using tools such as Jenkins, Stash and Git.
    Broadly classifying the BI projects either into Migration or New Development, we could categorize the Characteristics and Challenges faced in BI projects in terms of Business Stakeholders, Budget, Team Composition, Know-How and Execution time. Based on these factors, identifying the right framework of Agile was the key. This helped in zeroing on tools, techniques, methods etc of Agile philosophy and enabled successful completion of projects.
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