Speaking at Agile 2011
July 3, 2011
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I’ll be giving two talks this year at Agile 2011 in Salt Lake City Aug 8-12.
Agile In a Nutshell
The surprising science behind agile leadership
Agile in a nutshell is an intro for people who have heard the hype and are looking for a clear simple explanation of what agile is and how it works. Perfect for those looking to make the transition from traditional waterfall.
The surprising science behind agile leadership explains how self directed teams work, the science behind why so many choose to work this way, and the impact it’s going to have on you and your organization.
And if you are going, I would love meet. Here are a few sessions I plan on attending:
Coaching Success: Getting People to Take Responsibility & Demonstrate Ownership: Christopher Avery, Ashley Johnson
What do CIO’s *really* think of agile?: Edward Yourdon
Critical Success Factors for Acceptance Test Driven Dev’t: Jennitta Andrea
Design Thinking: Mary Poppendieck
How to design stuff that matters fast: Eewei Chen
Hope to see you there!