Agile Best Practices
Skopje, Macedonia |
17 May 2017
This event will aim to share insight into Agile Software Development by exploring some of its best practices.
Our speakers will go beyond sprints and processes, looking at the complete transformation journey aiming to start a conversation about the pains of implementing Distributes Agile in enterprise companies, to share a different perspective on assessing a team’s maturity, and to focus on the opportunities for value generation.
We invite you to join the conversation.
Endava Tech Flow is an initiative that brings together passionate IT professionals and industry experts, to challenge traditional approaches and drives an exciting learning opportunity through knowledge-sharing and open conversations.
Head of Agile Transformation, Endava
George is a passionate Agilista with wide experience in consulting blue-chip clients in the design and effective implementation of Large Scale Distributed Agile from nearshore - up to 35 teams having 350+ business and IT people working on the same backlog.
In his career he has facilitated the delivery of over 100 agile implementations through consultancy, shaping, coaching, and leading Agile Transformations programmes.
Crash & Burn-Down: Common ways of failing with agile, and how to recover
We’ve all dealt with the pain of implementing Distributed Agile in Enterprise size organisations. Sometimes that failed abruptly.
Have you worked in an organization partly committed to agile?
Did people complain there are too many meetings in agile?
Was the Product Owner unable to priorities stories?
Did you have to do detailed yearly budgeting on your product?
Let’s explore some of these pains and discuss how we can solve them.
Project Manager, Endava
Alin is passionate about agile and has more than 7 years of experience in building cross functional, self-managed teams that deliver consistent value in business domains like Banking, Payments, Mortgage, E-sourcing, E-procurements and related areas. He has shaped and led Agile delivery with Scrum and Kanban methodologies across multiple projects and programmes with globally distributed teams.
Project Manager, Endava
Gabriel Preda, spent 6 years in Japan as a post-doctoral student at the Tokyo University and as a researcher at a tech company. When he moved back to Romania he and some friends started two technology companies and worked 7 years in R&D for a Mobile Telco company.
Throughout his careers he played various Agile Scrum roles from team member, to Scrum Master and Agile coach, participating in agile transformations and for the past 4 years has moved into the role of Agile Project Manager in Endava.
Alin and Gabriel will talk about a team maturity assessment model and how to shape it on the journey towards an optimised Agile team. This model contains aspects from all three key areas covered by the Endava Agile implementation approach: Process, Path to Production and Culture.
By Endava Agile Experts from Skopje
Join our lightning talk’s session and discuss:
■ How to know if you are delivering a value
■ Scrum vs Kanban
■ Scrum Master Survival Guide
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