Down to earth and back: The Agile Vs Everything Gap

"How come you're not CMMI5? Let the technical team decide..." I think I've ran into some serious situations when landing at haters fields. They are the toughest crowd but, ironically, they tend to become your best allies once you show them how we ride, by riding with them. We'll be trying to get an approach to the way we've handled these situations, what's worked, what hasn't, what's beyond the end of the tunnel, the technical and organizational compound.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Intro/ icebreaker, gathering of reactions, concensual wrap up and "where to" decision making

Learning Outcome

Handling specialized teams in project management, taking them by the hand through the agile transition.

Target Audience

Anyone who's been under the knife, just as I have

Prerequisite

No prerequisites for the session, the goal is to build empathy and potentially expand through networking

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