Doing Agile != Being Agile
There is a very real misconception that people believe....just because they have a daily stand up once in a while or because they only plan work for the next week at a time that they are being agile. This simply could not be farther from the truth.
Doing agile does not mean you are being agile!
Just because you have a stand-up, does not mean you are being agile. Just because you only plan work for the next week, does not mean you are being agile.
There is a lot more needed for a company or a team to be agile and it is a lot harder than you think....but understanding the difference is half the battle.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
In this session, Steve will demonstrate, through slides and discussions, the differences between doing agile and being agile. Through various agile team examples, we will discuss what it means to do agile, what it means to be agile, and how to best merge those two concepts into one.
In this session, Steve will teach you how to recognize and pinpoint the differences between doing agile and being agile in your own organization and within your own teams.
This session is for you if you:
- Are new to agile and/or work for a company that is trying to implement or switch to agile.
- Have ever struggled to stick with an agile framework.
- Have every struggled to convince your boss or your employees that you are not truly agile.
- Work within an agile team and want more insight as to what others are doing.
Company Leaders, Managers, Scrum Masters, Team Leads, Technical Leads
Prerequisites for Attendees
There are no session prerequisites.
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