Agile Applied for Social Cause :experience in Traffic safety campaign “Stop Look Wave”
Agile methodology is not limited to software development but it can be applied beyond. I am sharing the experience of applying the Agile, to drive the volunteering activity for the social cause. Volvo Group’s Global Safety initiative for Kids – Stop, Look & Wave is a program with young children (aged 4-10) at schools or communities – introducing them to Road safety .
The success of the program was based on support from management ,engaging volunteers (team members) and touching the young hearts to become the Safety Ambassador. Agile methodology and Mindset is applied for planning and execution and was very helpful to achieve the objective.
Outline/Structure of the Experience Report
1. Small demonstration "Stop ,Look wave " with audience - 10m
2. Objective and what we want them take back
3. What is the assignment/activity?
4. Why Agile and how was it implemented
5. Campaigns done
6. Closing note
1. Apply agile in beyond software development
2. STOP LOOK WAVE
3 Give back to society
Agile practioners and Social ambassadors
Prerequisites for Attendees
Open mind and interest to take back the message of agile and road safety
schedule Submitted 2 years ago
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