This presentation looks at Agile teams and how we can build better, trusting relationships with them and our external stakeholders. Why? Because you work with Scrum teamsday in, day out, spending the majority of your waking life with them. But how much do you trust them? And how much do they trust you?
Videos on Scrum and Agile Project Management
As an Agile product development team in a large organization you may need to collaborate with other parts of the organization to deliver value to the end users. Your colleagues in your Scrum team may have different professions and work culture than your own. Starting off without a shared language, understanding of the goals, process or roles, the collaboration might turn more difficult than expected.
Many organizations are beginning to feel the need to be leaner, agile and more nimble in order to better adapt to an ever-changing and uncertain world. This is especially true for the digital space, a sector where technology is creating new behaviors and competitors at an unprecedented rate. What many companies are discovering is that adapting to these changes means altering how they think, work and – most importantly – collaborate. This is not an easy challenge.
Does Agile make us far less secure? This presentation discusses the tension between agile and security and offers ways that you can resolve this tension.
The life of an agile digital creator is riddled with decisions. How do you decide which new features to implement, and which ones to ignore? How do you select the customers or clients you would enjoy working with? How do you choose an employee who is the best fit for your team?
Anti-Patterns are like patterns, only more informative. With anti-patterns you will first see what patterns reoccur in “bad”Agile retrospectives and then you will see how to avoid, or remedy, the situation.
In this presentation, Bas Vodde shares the creation of LeSS and within that side-track on explaining better how LeSS works. LeSS is a lightweight (agile) framework for scaling Scrum to more than one team. It was extracted out of the experiences of Bas Vodde and Craig Larman while Scaling Agile development in multiple different types of companies, products and industries over the last ten years.