Most people struggle with real-life scenarios that seem to make Agile look un-realistic and blame other people or processes for the failures.

I'll go through some of these most common scenarios - talking about what we do wrong and how we can overcome such challenges using SCRUM values.

To help my case - I will be taking 3 case studies that cover some frequently encountered scenarios and take a deep dive on how we can better respond to such situations and events.


Outline/Structure of the Talk

The topics in the slides are:

  2. Some Issues SCRUM Teams face
  3. Daily Tools to Use
  4. Avoid these Mistakes
  5. Case Study 1
  6. Case Study 2
  7. Case Study 3
  8. Q&A

Learning Outcome

The intent is that the audience is able to see a new perspective of responding to the same situations and attempt resolution using SCRUM values rather than assuming the process is inadequate to support real situations.

Target Audience

People Implementing SCRUM

Prerequisites for Attendees

People Implementing SCRUM would better benefit as they would be able to associate with the challenges and ask relevant questions too.

schedule Submitted 3 years ago

  • Neha Mehta

    Neha Mehta - Project Management in Agile Delivery : The Shift

    Neha Mehta
    Neha Mehta
    Delivery Manager
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 Mins

    Once you are introduced to an Agile Framework, it is a common practice to refer to Waterfall methods as the outdated and senile grandfather, but at the same time blaming the parent organization for lacking the right "Agile mindset" or that SCRUM isn't enough for real-life scenarios.

    Here we ignore the common mistakes that made the traditional Project Management fail and how we are simply re-packaging it more often than actually going through the shift of imbibing the mindset transition required.

    We still have resource planning, utilization monitoring and people management to be done. But with no Project Managers - how do we respond to this data. Most people continue older methods assuming Agile doesn't address these situations. I would like to talk about how we can be more "Agile" with our "management"