Most Agile transformations are process-based and, therefore, primarily concerned with doing things right. However, it is better to do the right things wrong than the wrong things right, but if you truly want to be successful (in anything, not just Agile transformation) you must do the right things right. Confused? Spend the day with Larry Apke and you won't be. Using content from the highly successful Agile MBA program, Larry will present on those topics critical to doing the right things right including a re-framing of the Agile philosophy and Scrum framework, the best, easiest and most fun way to determine the right things to do, how to take advantage of flow concepts to deliver optimal value and even the mental aspects that create barriers to executing.
Participants will know more about Agile and be able to implement doing the right things right.
What you will learn
Anyone interested in learning more about how Agile thinking can benefit an organization.
What to cover
Whether or not there is an appetite for doing the right things right.
1. Introduction to Agile and Scrum - The Whys of Agile - Presentation 2. Relative value and effort exercise - Exercise 3. Principles of Product Development Flow - Presentation 4. Cognitive Illusions - Presentation 5. Theory of Constraints / Systems Thinking - Presentation
Larry Apke has been working in software development for over 20 years with the last 10+ years involved with Agile software development. His consulting experience includes time with Oracle, Apple, American Express, USAA, and many other organizations.
A thought leader and a frequent speaker at Agile software events. He has two books on Agile software development, over 100 blog posts, podcasts. He has worked with many CEOs, CIOs, VPs, Directors, etc.
Cancellation and No-Show Policy:
If you have made a reservation and find that you will be unable to attend, please send an email to Khaled Turkmani [email protected] and cancel your ticket as early as possible. All cancellations are subject to a minimum of $30.00 fee during the early bird.
Cancellations after Early Bird duration are subject to full charge to ensure the Chapter does not incur excessive expenses.
$165.00 Member $150.00 Earlybird rate before May 14
$185.00 Non-member $170.00 Earlybird rate before May 14