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    Two Dimensions Of Agile At Scale: How To Make The Most Of Your Agile Transformation

    Kurt Bittner
    Kurt Bittner
    schedule 5 months ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Advanced

    Many organizations have achieved sufficient success at the single team level with Agile approaches like Scrum that they want to bring Agile to their entire enterprise. They want to reap the benefits of Agile across their whole organization, but they struggle with where to start and how to sustain the change. Scaling Agility has two dimensions: scaling horizontally, across large numbers of teams, and scaling vertically, integrating the work of multiple teams into a single product. Focusing on both dimensions enables organizations to achieve sustainable change by solving 3 main challenges: achieving consistency and the right Agile culture across teams without dictating behaviors, fostering the right interactions between Agile and non-Agile teams when there are dependencies between them, and adapting Agile approaches to deliver products that require a team-of-teams approach. 

  • Oana Juncu
    Oana Juncu
    schedule 3 months ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    Throw a purpose in a middle of a crowd, it will start to self-organize. Many self-organised entities like ... villages or cities have an "embedded purpose", not voluntarily shared out-loud or displayed in common places. Villages and cities have growth aligned to their embedded purpose. Acting in a purpose driven way is less obvious for organisations. More a company grows, more dissolved into the Process the original business purpose becomes. This talk presents the 3 stages of Agile Experience Awareness I've seen unfolded and reveals how aligning to a clear shared purpose triggers growth, Agile culture propagation, and scaling becomes a side effect. 

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    A playbook to guide and support you on Leading Enterprise Agile Transformation

    Parikshit Basrur
    Parikshit Basrur
    schedule 2 months ago
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    45 mins
    Workshop
    Executive

    Enterprise Agile Transformations are tough. Leading them is even tougher.

    This workshop caters to all levels of maturity - beginner, intermediate, advanced and executive because everyone is in this journey together.

    In this session, I share a practitioner's perspective, without the academic jargon and the deep philosophical underpinnings, to design a transformation playbook that is built on learnings in our Agile transformation journey. 

    The transformation playbook has a set of practices, key learnings and templates that we will use in the 45-minute workshop to work through your journey in your organisation. You will walk out of this session with a better understanding of how to apply some new tools, frameworks and practices to guide and support your transformation. 

    The conversation is by a change agent to change agents who are at different stages in their Agile adoption journey, some starting, some restarting and others, in the thick of it.

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    Scaling Agile - Your Challenges => Potential Solutions

    Dave Thomas
    Dave Thomas
    schedule 3 weeks ago
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    90 mins
    Workshop
    Intermediate

    This is a workshop where we will seek to respond to challenges of attendees with respect to Scaling Agile development.  We begin with a quick discussion of transitioning to Lean and Agile in the Large to provide a common context. We then open the discussion for participants to bring forward their challenges. We vote on the challenges and then discuss them starting with the ones with the highest votes.  We time box the discussion of each challenge so we can deal with as many as possible.  Examples which may be discussed.

    Transition Planning; Agile Maturity; Agile in a Legacy; Agile with Enterprise Vendors; Estimation in the Larger; Envisioning; Architecture and Design; Testing; Nonfunctional Requirements; Feature Teams versus Component Teams; Agile Database/BI; Portfolio Planning; Management and Technical Ladders; Metrics; Automation of Testing and Deployment....

    Bring your challenges.

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