A Lightweight Framework for Agile at Mid-Scale

At The Southern California Agile User Group's Monthly Meeting.
There currently is no well-defined public framework designed for mid-scale organizations - those with 100-500 people in the technology group. But this does not mean that you need to choose between taking a subset of a large framework or to grow your own. No one-size fits all.

Large companies often benefit from an ill-fitting framework to get started. But for medium size companies, taking an out-of-the-box approach is almost never the best choice. Instead, creating clarity on what you are trying to accomplish tied to proven methods of achieving them is usually the best way to start. By understanding what must be done to achieve agility beyond a few teams, an organization can manage their improvements in a step by step process that is tailored for their needs. The keys are visibility of all work, how to best select and sequence the value to be created, managing work in process, Acceptance Test-Driven Development and the proper organization of your teams to improve their collaboration. At our November meeting Al Shalloway discusses both the need for these as well as how they interact in order to provide the basis for your approach.

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All the Details

Type:
Free Event
When:
Nov. 15, 2017 6:00pm PST
Cost: Free
Where:
The Capital Group Companies
Yosemite Building, 1st floor
6455 Irvine Center Drive
Irvine CA 92618 US
Register:
Questions or problems with registration or directions? Contact Mike Shalloway for assistance.
Presented By:
Net Objectives
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