Driving Agile and Lean High Performance Delivery using Dual Track Development
Iterative just-in-time Agile delivery can often be a tricky business.
Many teams struggle to establish a manageable delivery rhythm.
Too often, teams are not Sprint-ready and experience a mad scramble just to deliver any sort of valuable outcomes.
This is not only risky and wasteful but extremely stressful and demoralising.
Highly popular 2-week Sprints often struggle to properly cater for activities such as architecture, User Experience, rapid prototyping, experimentation and infrastructure design to name a few.
However, it does not need to be this way.
We will explore the challenges and look at some ways that Dual Track Development methods and tools can be used to effectively deliver high performance outcomes.
Outline/Structure of the Interactive
- Overview of Dual Track Development
- Discussion and exploration of challenging activities such as architecture, User Experience, rapid prototyping, experimentation and infrastructure design
- Recommended approaches and systems to consider
- Practical interactive walkthrough of some useful tools
- Final thoughts and discussion
Some new ways to consider adopting to improve delivery performance.
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