|09:30||Registrations and Coffee|
|10:00 - 10:30||Driving Scaled Agile Transformation - Experience Report
by MANU GOYAL
|10:30 - 12:00||"Insights into Scaled Agile Teams"
3-in-1 workshop By MADHAVI LEDALLA & RAJSHEKHAR C
|12:00 - 12:30||Beating The Challenges in a Project with Agile Principles
by SAIRAM CHAMARTI
|12:30 - 12:50||How to make a right decision?
By RAJSHEKHAR C
|12:50 - 13:10||Agile in HR - Perspectives
by SANJAY GUPTA
|13:10 onwards||Retrospective over Lunch|
Sairam would describe how to overcome Agile Challenges in a project keeping in mind the principles of Agile Manifesto .
How Agile teams can Apply the Customer Collaboration Agile Principle in their projects?
For teams that are formed to create and maintain continuous integrations with internal and external product, the team must juggle different domains, numerous vendors and customers, and multiple simultaneous small projects. With this kind of pressure, it’s not always easy to apply the principles of Agile. But there is a way to get customer input even though their work needs accelerated delivery.
How the Teams can Apply the Working Software Agile Principle
Working software is the primary measure of progress, says one of the Principles behind the Agile Manifesto. But when you’re trying to standardize integrations in a fast-paced environment, sometimes you don’t know exactly what you don’t know. Clarifying requirements is critical for success so the team can adapt an XP (Extreme Programming) technique called the spike, to help.
How Teams can Sustain a Constant Development Pace
A picture is worth a thousand words, says an old adage. That’s why the Burndown chart is such a key component in scrum. It provides a visual representation of the work to be done during the sprint. Measured in story points or hours, the trend line shows team velocity and should slope down as time expires.
But what if it doesn’t?
How the Team Stays Motivated
“…we have come to value individuals and interactions over processes and tools…” reads the first line of the Agile Manifesto, a statement that’s reflected in one of the Agile principles, “Build projects around motivated individuals.” People are the heart and soul of Agile – not the tools they’re using or the software they’re developing — and motivating them is a key factor to success.
The principles of Agile are the keys to successful projects.
In this interactive session, Manu will share some key challenges he experienced while driving scaled agile transformation at different organizations. One can think of many challenges one may have to deal with. To best fit the time in hand, Manu will primarily focus on challenges related to people and cultural aspects because he feels that is the most complex area that can lead to success or to failure of the entire transformation effort. He will also talk about some pragmatic resolution attempts.This session will add to the knowledge of the attendees who can leverage it to adapt and implement scaled agile transformations in their own organizations.