Launching your first Agile team into success
So your organization is going “Agile” now and you are overwhelmed with all this terminology like backlog, user stories, sprint, daily stand ups, etc.
Where do you start?
What does it take to kick off your first Agile project?
How do you setup your team for success?
In this talk, we will explore the essential elements for kicking off your first Agile team and possible options to setup your team and project for success.
Outline/Structure of the Case Study
- Where do you start?
- What does it take to kick off your first Agile project?
- How do you setup your team for success?
At the end of this session, you will be able to:
- Identify the elements of Agile chartering
- Apply essential Agile practices as a starting point
- Learn one critical practice to help your team inspect and adapt
Scrum Masters, Managers, Project Managers, Product Managers, Product Owners
Prerequisites for Attendees
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