Agile & Lean Movie Making - Do not limit Agile & Lean with any specific industry

“Agile & Lean Movie Making” is a fresh and innovative topic, an experience of a team of movie makers on Agile and Lean methodologies. Importantly it has got a completely new dimension of imparting Agile, Lean type best practices from Movie Industry to the IT or other world like we did the same a decade back from Automobile Industry (Toyota).

The session also reiterates the fact that Agile & Lean principles are not specific and limited for to any specific industry but the same can be applied to any industry and even in our day today work and get benefited. It Defines a new approach of executing SCRUM for more effectiveness.

Some of the learning outcome from the session are:

  1. How some of the Agile & Lean type best practices used in movie making for ages can be adopted in IT and vice versa. 
    2. How Agile along with Six-Sigma Lean & Kanban can act as a Power Pack for cost cutting as well as excellence in production execution in movie making. 
    3. Importance of special Tools and Techniques in movie making as well as in IT wherever there is a technical challenge or a creative constraint. 
    5. Movie Production Envisioning vs. Agile Daily Scrum Meeting & backlog replenishment 
    6. Movie Post-mortem vs. Agile Retrospective
    7. Film Budgeting vs. Agile Estimation
 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

Movie making is a costly affair involves risks and uncertainties. An Agile approach of incremental moviemaking makes it more predictable and risk resilience.
Up to 20% of the overall Budget of the movie can be saved by effective use of Agile & Lean techniques.
Using Agile Practices in Movie making can take you to your destination in a systematic way.

Learning Outcome

Learning Outcome

  1. How some of the Agile & Lean type best practices used in movie making for ages can be adopted in IT and vice versa. 
    2. How Agile along with Six-Sigma Lean & Kanban can act as a Power Pack for cost cutting as well as excellence in production execution in movie making. 
    3. Importance of special Tools and Techniques in movie making as well as in IT wherever there is a technical challenge or a creative constraint. 
    5. Movie Production Envisioning vs. Agile Daily Scrum Meeting & backlog replenishment 
    6. Movie Post-mortem vs. Agile Retrospective
    7. Film Budgeting vs. Agile Estimation

Message to the Audience:

What I Learned from my Journey ??

  1. Do NOT associate or trademark or limit Agile & Lean with any specific industry.
  2. It’s Versatile. It’s a Methodology of Working which can be applied in any industry, any business and in any work.
  3. More you practice Agile & Lean more you mature and invent. There is No End to it.
  4. Many a times we do many things unknowingly in Agile & Lean way and we get fantastic results.

Target Audience

All who practice SCRUM

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