Curious about how to build and sustain a remote-first culture? In this presentation, Rachel Davis explains how her team at Tes adapted their engineering practices to support small teams working in close collaboration over distance. With more engineers working from home or travelling than sitting at a desk in the London office, this talk covers how she organizes cross-team initiatives to sustain this way of working.
Videos on Scrum and Agile Project Management
Startups are blowing established organizations out of the water on a regular basis. How on earth can small agile companies of 1-30 people beat multi-million companies with a lot of money, existing customers and experience? In this presentation, Karianne Berg, who has experience from several startups, shares some simple (but not easy!) tricks of the trade.
As most organizations have moved from in-person to remote team Scrum coaching, the Agile coaching tool-set has had to adapt. This talk presents experience that has been gained so far and what are the tools that are most often used.
Modern software development inspired by Agile approaches welcomes changing requirements, even late in the process, but how can we write our software so that those changes don’t create a mess? Evolutionary design is the key.
By now most large enterprises are past the experimenting stage with Agile. Many are beginning to realize that simply training teams in Agile techniques like Scrum and Kanban, while useful, is not enough to achieve real business transformation.
As countries navigate the impact of widespread Coronavirus, balancing the health and well-being of employees and Scrum teams with the very real need to keep business functions operating is particularly top of mind for companies large and small. This presentation helps you develop the mindset needed to align remote employees and coordinate multiple Agile teams. Learn how Scrum events coordinate and focus communication, foster transparency and get work to Done.
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?