The New Agile by Gil Zilberfeld
The New Agile
We know that agile methodologies work at the team level, and there is now even an effort to scale into whole organizations.
There is a clear reason behind this: we found ways to improve performance, by analyzing situations better, and making better decision. Every organization wants to apply this in every level. Like in the late 90s, new ideas are coming out that challenge the way we think, and this time they don't just answer development. Ideas like Beyond Budgeting, Lean Startup, Cynefin, Real Options, Feature Injection, SAFe, Design Thinking, #NoEstimates, Cost of Delay and others are spreading out, and while we know not all will last, you never know which might fit your situation.
In this session, I'll give a summary of what's hot around the agile world, with some criticism and application in the real world. 14 years after the original manifesto, organizations start to experiment again. I always wished I was there when the first conversations took place. I encourage you to join in on current conversations. Let's start.
Trends in agile so far
New experiments and practices in
- Product development
- Business analysis
- Development methods
- Testing methods
- Non-developer organizations
- System thinking
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Given at the Agile Practitioners User group at Sep 14. Slides are here: http://www.gilzilberfeld.com/2014/10/the-new-agile-slides.html
This session is flexible, and can run from 1-2 hours (even more, if needed).
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