Announcing Agile Coffee Talk in Bangalore on 25th of June 2016, at Hyatt, Swami Vivekananda Road, Bangalore
Theme - “Enterprise Agile Transformation“
Today, organizations around the globe practice team-level agile where a small, cross-functional and highly responsive team incrementally creates and delivers valuable, working software. Many of those organizations have scaled their agile capacity by creating additional cross-functional teams – often collected into programs around a common business or product area. But even in such circumstances, you’ll typically find that agile values and practices are still confined to just part of the organization’s business processes. While enterprise agile usually entails scaling agile, enterprise agile encompasses much more than just scaling.
We invite you to join us at Agile Coffee Talk, Bangalore and take one more step towards developing a shared understanding of what Enterprise Agility is all about.
This is an experience report by Ravindra Prasad, Head of Engineering and Technology at Tesco.
Agile transformation can happen at individual level, project/team level, program level, business unit or enterprise level. Transforming entire organization with different technologies, varied skill levels and types of projects is a mammoth task. In this talk Ravindra would share his personal experience in
An interactive talk on key steps to Agile transformation by Saikat Das, Sr. Manager – IT Program Delivery & Engineering and Agile Coach, Intel.
Agile adoption is a fast growing phenomenon, and Agile Transformation features as the top objective for many organizations to turn themselves around, get closer to the market, launch quality products faster, and get an edge over the competition. In reality, practicing Agile doesn’t guarantee delivery of business value. After all, velocity and productivity would not mean much if they are not improving your bottom line. Saikat is going share the steps and best practices identified from Agile success stories around the world to deliver business results that matter.
Listen to Jeff Lopez Stuit speak on this very interesting topic.
India will soon have more software developers than any other country. Seeing opportunity in this trend trainers and coaches from around the world (your speaker included) are coming to India to share the potential of an Agile approach to “transforming the world of work”
But what can India teach the rest of the world about agility? What have Indian thinkers and writers contributed to the technology and business world that will help you exploit agile practices? Do transformation and scaling frameworks help Indian companies on their agile journey?
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