Successful Implementation of Agile in making TV Series : Aired Weekly for 2 years.
When Agile works everywhere and helps in becoming successful why can’t we implement it in pursuing our passion. In this topic I want to Share my personal experience on how I implemented Agile in making a weekly TV series “Nenu Thanu” (Telugu language, aired in EtvPlus) successfully for 2 years. I will share the initial challenges I encountered and how Agile helped in successfully overcoming them and also maintaining balance between profession and passion.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- Flash Back (Before Start of TV Series) - 5 Min
- Main Plot (Call for Making TV Series, Introducing Agile Concepts) - 10 min
- Advertisement Break ( First Agreement Completed) - 10 Min
- Second Half (Agreement Extended : Implementation of Agile/Scrum) - 15 Min
- Success Story ( How this impacted many lives) - 3 Min
- This Story Ends but journey Continues - 2 Min
- How Agile can be successfully implemented in pursuing our passion while balancing the professional and personal life
Prerequisites for Attendees
- Basics of Scrum
- Enthusiasm :):)
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