A Custom Approach to Agile Development
Sometimes, teams are faced with projects that don't align with Scrum or the Agile Guides. Whether because of organizational restrictions, or unique circumstances of the project, teams sometimes need to improvise in order to deliver. In this talk, Dave Pradko talks about a custom agile approach developed for a government agency.
Outline/Structure of the Case Study
- Common Difficulties Implementing Agile
- ATF and its Mission
- Agile at ATF
- The ATF Analytics Project - Overview
- Pros & Risks of an Agile Approach
- The ATF Analytics Custom agile Approach
- What We Achieved
- What We Learned
- Changes Moving Forward
Attendees can expect to learn how to overcome some of the resistance faced to Agile implementations. Attendees will learn about ATF's "toolbox approach to selecting Agile and Kanban best practices when developing its project approach. Finally, attendee can expect to learn about the team's approach to short cycles of continuous approach improvement.
Anyone familiar with Agile concepts, who is interested in learning about implementing Agile
Prerequisites for Attendees
Attendees should be familiar with basic Agile concepts already. It is helpful, but not required if attendees are familiar with some of the common problems or resistance when implementing Agile within an organization.