Agile values on maternity leave
After living and breathing agile for many years, when I took a career break to be a first-time mum, I often found myself having an urge to:
- Build kanban boards
- Prioritise small, valuable chunks of stuff that needed doing
- Adapt/change the plan frequently
- Eat lots of chocolate
This session goes through some examples of how agility and agile values apply in 'real life', in the context of looking after a 0 year old!
Outline/Structure of the Lightning Talk
- Brief introduction
- Examples of how agile values apply outside the workplace
- Summary of how we can all 'be agile'
Understanding of how agile values/principles apply in 'real life'
Prerequisites for Attendees
Awareness of the agile manifesto, values and principles
schedule Submitted 11 months ago
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