Enabling Agile teams...from Ohh to WOW
Outline/Structure of the Experience Report
-Background context: We will share the setting, nature of work and process model as it was. What were the problems and what was the wish list.
-Hear our experience from implementing Agile practices in a team.
-We will share How we spread it to other Scrum teams. What ideas/techniques and tools we used.
-Challenges we faced, both from people, mgmt and tools. Like one of the challenge was that people were very used to old tools and needed the continuity of data. Other challenge was the wrong assumptions about Agile like go live date cannot be derived.
-Improvisations team did to work around roadblocks like the concept of presprint.
-How does the picture look now. How the current setup works. How with this being success the bottlenecks have been removed and team is now self organized and empowered to drive the releases
-Summary : In the end we plan to give a step by step guide that worked for us to empower the team and foster the culture of self-organize.
Post this session you can retrospect your approach VS what worked for me
Take home a real example of a team that did it togather
(PS: link to slides is not for this session but presentation slides I used for Agile training to software engineers)
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