Videos on Scrum and Agile Project Management

Agile Team Roles

November 3, 2011 0

This short video looks at some of the roles played in an Agile Team with a particular focus on Project Manager and Iteration Manager.

Successful Agile Transformation

November 1, 2011 0

This presentation presents the successful transformation of group of projects with 150+ people in one of the biggest investment bank. It talks about cross-component, cross-functional feature teams, joined architectural workshops and multiple backlogs. The present shares experience about lessons learned, successes and achievements, mistakes, improvements and, of course, innovations.

Producing Real Value in each Sprint

October 25, 2011 0

How in the world do agile teams produce real value every few weeks? In this video, Lyssa Adkins explains how agile puts the business in the driver’s seat to slice the wedding cake of value one slice at a time.

Measuring Agile Team Maturity

October 13, 2011 0

How do you know if you are developing and maturing as a team? How do you know you are getting good at this agile stuff? Typically agile talks about the soft side of things with a focus on the less tangible aspects such as individuals and interactions. Are there things that teams can tangibly work towards and measure their progress against? This video presents metrics that will help you assess the agile maturity of your team.

Overcoming Self-Organization Blocks

October 4, 2011 1

This video discusses the groups dynamics that hinder self-organization in an Agile team, seen from a behavioral perspective and presents techniques to loosen the blocking dynamics.

Continuous Feedback

September 30, 2011 0

Continuous feedback is part of basic principles of Agile project management, using techniques such as Test Driven Development (TDD), Continuous integration or daily stand-ups meetings that allow the Scrum team to share concerns about potential challenges as well as coordinate efforts to resolve difficult and/or time-consuming issues.

Scrum and Kanban Combined

September 21, 2011 0

In this short video, a development manager explains how they use Scrum for development work in the sprints, but use KanBan to deal with issues with released software in the field. Their helpdesk prioritises the issues and the team uses the KanBan board to solve these issues as fast as possible.

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