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    Scaling Product Agility: More Product, Not More Process

    David Hussman
    David Hussman
    schedule 1 month ago
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    20 mins
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    Intermediate

    Many companies working hard to be more agile have a strong focus on process but failing to focus on product. This session's focus is on product over process or project. Differing from sessions about scaling process, we will talk transitioning to product learning by building product teams and product communities. As a vehicle, we will discuss scaling product agility in context of three models: one team, one product, many teams and one product, and many teams and a large system (where product varies based on configuration.) For each model, we will talk about embracing uncertainty, focusing on measurable impact and accelerating product learning with agile practices and DevOps techniques. The session is for people looking to transition to a product focus and will be helpful individuals, team leads, product managers and anyone looking to evolve from more process to more product and eventually to more impact and more product learning possibly without adding process and by possibly building less of the wrong thing.

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    The 'Only' Two Things You Need to do to Scale Agile

    Erwin van der Koogh
    Erwin van der Koogh
    schedule 5 months ago
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    45 mins
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    Intermediate

    The magic behind the Agile manifesto is in the question they asked. The 17 people assembling in Snowbird spend their time figuring out how they were similar, not what way of working was best. And in the course of those two days, they discovered the deeper truths in what worked.

    So what happens when we look what the different Agile Scaling frameworks have in common? A move away from projects towards product development and teams as the fundamental building blocks?

    In this talk, we will be exploring how these two shifts impact the way we scale Agile. Looking back on all the Agile Transformations I have done all of them have succeeded (or failed) when we have (not) focussed on these two things.

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