Agile Coaching centres on growing agile practice in teams and across the wider organisation. This keynote will tell the story of how a few core Agile practices that teams use around the world today have evolved. You will also hear how some new practices are emerging.
 
Back in 2000, practitioners of Extreme Programming and Scrum found many gaps in the books, they filled these gaps with new practices. The speaker was personally involved in the early evolution of Retrospectives, User Stories and Test-Driven Development with Mock Objects and she will explain key concepts that may have been lost along the way will help you apply them more effectively.
 
However, we are not stuck in the past and there are still new techniques that are not yet absorbed into mainstream Agile. The speaker will share some of the current working practices from teams she has coached at Unruly and explain how they have adapted Mob Programming and Product Backlogs to fit a Lean Startup environment.
 
Agile teams are always evolving their products and it's natural apply same thinking to working practices. This talk aims to inspire you to experiment with Agile practices and share your learning with the wider community with some practical ideas of how you get started. Come to this talk to get ideas about how you can do this too.
 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Introduction to evolution of Agile practices walking through how each of these practices has evolved:

  • Retrospectives
  • User stories
  • Mock objects

Insight into new approaches not yet adopted in mainstream

  • Mob programming
  • Multi-product backlog
  • Testing in production

Inspiration on how to share new techniques with wider community.

Learning Outcome

This talk aims to inspire you to experiment with Agile practices and share your learning with the wider community with some practical ideas of how you get started. Come to this talk to get ideas about how you can do this too.

Target Audience

Both experts and novices

schedule Submitted 8 months ago

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