We are engineers and we know how to write code.

We are QA engineers and we know how to test an application or product.

There are so many roles and so many perspective about the product / application team is building. Everybody is right in their perspective. Then the question is....are we/they missing something?

This session is going to explore the perspective beyond the perspective of an individual in team. We will try to move from individual perspective to a common perspective which is so much critical for each individual. We will talk about the user perspective and how it is important to get the 'out of box' picuture over a 'in side box' picture.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

30 min

- Scrum team and the perspective

- Out of box perspective

- A theme towards generating more value out of same efforts... yet getting more energy, more motivation

 

10 min

Q&A 

Learning Outcome

Importance of getting user perspective over individual perspective

Increasing business value with same efforts

Bringing a sense of pride, joy in the team of their achievement

Target Audience

Developer, Quality Engineer, Product Owner, Scrum Master, Managers, member of self organizing team

schedule Submitted 2 years ago

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