How do you govern agile teams effectively? How do you fund, estimate, and expense agile projects?
Teams within your organization have been experimenting with agile techniques such as Scrum, continuous integration (CI), and agile testing and have shown promising results. But you have significant reservations about this new development strategy. How does modeling and documentation fit it? How do you ensure your organization’s long-term goals are still being addressed? How does this approach scale to large teams, to distributed teams, or to regulatory environments? How do you govern these agile teams effectively? In this workshop you learn how to go beyond Scrum to take a disciplined agile approach to solution delivery that provides a foundation from which to scale. To help cut through some of the agile rhetoric, industry statistics will be discussed throughout this workshop.
The agenda is tailored to meet your needs. In the morning we begin with a brief overview of the fundamentals of Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD). Depending on the agile experience of the attendees this may be followed by a hands-on simulation of a disciplined agile project in order to learn some of the fundamentals of the agile delivery process. We then run through a brainstorming session as a group where workshop participants identify questions that they want to get answered about DAD. Next we organize the questions into topics. At that point we treat the topics as requirements for the workshop which we estimate, prioritize, and work through in an agile manner. This approach enables us to tailor a workshop that addresses the attendees most pressing concerns.
Some questions that have been asked in previous workshops:
Length: One day – 7 hours of workshop time plus breaks.
Approach: For each major topic in the agenda there will be instruction followed by group work.
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