Disciplined Agile Mind-set is born out of systems thinking approach to Agile implementation. It is essential in today's environment where multiple lean-agile methods and frameworks are used which can be extended to form a hybrid approach to agile delivery tailored to the organization's requirements.  A team with disciplined agile mind-set will discover ways of continuous improvement while employing the strategies from Scrum, XP, Kanban, Lean software development, etc.  A disciplined agile mind-set will help to focus on end-to-end delivery and combine best practices which fit together harmoniously.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  • Introduction to Disciplined Agile Mind-set
  • Disciplined Agile Values
  • Disciplined Agile Principles
  • Adopting Disciplined Agile Mind-set
  • Pitfalls to Avoid
  • Continuous Improvement

Learning Outcome

Understanding of benefits of adopting Disciplined Agile Mind-set, key considerations and good practices from Agile world of Scrum, XP, Kanban and others, and continuous improvement.

Target Audience

Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Kanban SDMs, team members with some experience in Agile, Agile Coaches

schedule Submitted 10 months ago

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  • Balaji.M
    By Balaji.M  ~  10 months ago
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    Hi Irshad,

    Thanks for submitting the proposal and answering Anand's question. The answer and the deck which you have provided the link doesn't resonate, i see the DAD implementation information.  Do you want to have a revise the deck and also can you show in your experience where you have adopted and what improvements you have seen.

    Thanks and Regards

    Balaji.M

    • Irshad Nizami
      By Irshad Nizami  ~  10 months ago
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      Hi Team,

          Have uploaded the relevant deck. Plz review. Thanks.

       

      Regards

      -Irshad

  • Anand Murthy Raj
    By Anand Murthy Raj  ~  10 months ago
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    Hi Irshad,

    I am from the proposal review committee and thanks for your proposal.

    Agile transformation and the right mindset is a very common challenge we see. Many books and presenters have spoken about this topic. This is a very common topic.

    What unique stuff are you planning to present in this talk. How would the audience be benefited from your talk?. 

    Regards,

    Anand

     

    • Irshad Nizami
      By Irshad Nizami  ~  10 months ago
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      Hi Anand,

            I'm planning to talk on Disciplined Agile Mind-set which is unique as it will combine Agile Mind-set with Disciplined Agile mindfulness. This unique blend will help servant leaders in facilitating agile solutions delivery with a disciplined and systems thinking approach. When adopted by agile team members, a disciplined mind-set will enhance their ways of working through self-discipline, enabling them to seek continuous improvement frequently and looking beyond the boundaries of respective agile methods & frameworks (such as Scrum, XP, Kanban) while adopting a hybrid approach tailored to fit the requirements of the hour. The aim is to improve agility at both team-level and at scale in multi-team environment with adopting a mind-set that encourages using good practices from multiple sources in a sustainable, symbiotic way.

       

      Regards

      -Irshad


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