The 1st Conference is an event aimed at people starting out with Agile and Scrum run by practitioners of the Agile Melbourne community. The format of the 1st Conference is a one day of presentation and one day of workshops presented by Australian and overseas Agile experts.
Marc Andreessen famously said “software is eating the world”. Yet most of our software development project teams and organizations simply are not set up for us to take part in this revolution. Why? Our organizational surroundings are directly responsible for inefficient design and delivery – locally-optimized silos, opaque and ossified power structures, multi-layered middle management, command-and-control executives – the failings are well known.
In the context of software development, Kanban is an approach based on Lean that tries to limit waste and work in progress to the actual capacity of the software development team. The aim of Kanban is to create a context that balances capacity and demand through a value stream and promote visual project management.
In this webinar, Anna Obukhova shares 4 practical tips that you can put into practice when working with tired or burnt out Agile and Scrum teams. A must watch for any coach working in a high-pressured team environment.
The Play4Agile conference is an event about Agile gamification taking place in Germany. This conference is for Agile, Scrum and Lean coaches, facilitators, game and innovation experts who want to exchange questions, ideas and experiences on using games in Agile project management teams and organizations.
The Agile Open Northwest conference is an event about Agile practices and techniques and Scrum project management that takes place in Portland or Seattle. Agile participants from the Northwest will be able to start, discover, and share discussions around Agile and Scrum topics.
We all know that there are three roles in Scrum teams : product owner, scrum master, and the development team. Modern software development can sometimes require some specializations that could be beyond the capabilities of the Scrum team members. UX and Web design, database administration, performance testing are some examples of activities that requires specific expertise only for a limited amount of time. How do you deal with it?