Project Management

The Agile Enterprise: Using Agile to Deliver Large Cross Departmental Projects

November 6, 2020 9:00 AM EST (UTC-5)

Platform: WebEx
Capacity: 2000
Duration: 60 min
Presenter: Stelian ROMAN


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Most Agile frameworks, like Scrum, Crystal and XP, were conceived by developers for a small team of developers. With the inherent maturity of the agile concept, 'old' practices, such as Lean, were employed to scale Agile beyond a team of 5-9 software developers. SAFe and Disciplined Agile are good examples of augmenting Agile with Lean, at the cost of restricting agility to ensure scalability and financial viability. 

Some Lean practices, like Kanban, were re-discovered and are considered by some practitioners as the next agile step.  Agile beyond software development is not necessarily as easy as you hear in conferences. In the trenches the famous 'mindset change' is both ways: Agile must also learn to accept other ways of doing things and adapt to the needs of non-technical teams.

This webinar is a reflection based on the author's 30+ years’ experience as a practitioner. From manufacturing to software development and then projects, the webinar is an analysis of the human aspect of the challenges and lessons learned while "doing it and helping others to do it". 

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