This webinar series addresses aspects of what it takes to be be effective in Agile at Scale. Each session in the series is 20-30 minutes in length with 10-15 minutes of Q&A.
Discusses Net Objectives’ approach to Agile, which is about fast delivery of business value in a predictable, repeatable manner. If you are an executive or you’ve talked to executives about Agile and got little interest from them, this webinar is designed for you. Agile is really about the quick delivery of the most important business value in a consistent, repeatable, predictable manner. It is not about iterations, teams, co-location, or any of the ways it may be implemented.
Why achieving Agile at Scale requires more than team and evolutionary-based approaches
Achieving Agile at scale requires attending to structure, management, systems, code quality and more. Approaches geared from a top up or kaizen only approach are doomed to fail because they don’t address inherent challenges of Agile at scale. This webinar starts out by discussing these challenges and describes why systems thinking and attending to flow are essential. Before we embark on a transition to Lean-Agile methods, we must understand the challenges inherent in effective software development of either products or IT software.
Software development requires several things to be done to be effective and efficient. While these may not have been well-known 10 years ago, they are fairly well known now and include:
Intended audience: Directors, Executives, Project Managers, ScrumMasters, Team Leads, Architects