More talks in the program:
13:45 - 14:45
Most developers have been exposed to Agile processes and, as a scrum master, I have usually been more involved with them than most. However the results of adopting these processes often don’t live up to the the hype. The purpose of this talk is to provide a framework for thinking about, and assessing, agility that can be applied to the agile processes we work with every day.
In this session we will look first at the fundamentals of Agile – what it is, why it’s important and, crucially, how agility might be measured. We will then look at how agility relates to Agile processes – Kanban, RAD, XP, SCRUM – with an emphasis on the history and purpose of SCRUM as well as some common misconceptions about SCRUM and how it relates to agility.