Many organizations have made several year investments in implementing agile practices, only to find they are not getting the improvements that they had anticipated. Agile practices were adopted without using data to determine whether the business results were improving (including value to the customer and employee happiness).
Technology and tooling have advanced so that companies can now use data to protect their investment more easily in agile training, coaching, tooling, and practices. Companies can better understand specifically what their impediments to value delivery are and focus on leveraging the right agile practices as needed to solve the delivery issues they are experiencing, rather than a one size fits all approach. By leveraging data, teams can focus more on value-add activities and experience less waste, friction slowing delivery down, as well as reduce wasteful cognitive overload.
This track will focus on understanding how to identify the specific issues slowing down flow and finding changes that resolve those impediments to make the most of the time and money spent on change. Speakers will share practical guidance and experience identifying and removing impediments to low.
From this track
Agile Rehab: Engineering for Improved Delivery
Wednesday Jun 14 / 10:35AM EDT
We had problems: a giant legacy system, nightmarish installs every few months, and our chosen Agile scaling framework wasn’t making it better.
Distinguished Engineer @Defense Unicorns
Conversational Software Delivery: Leveraging AI to Identify and Address Inefficiencies in Your Delivery
Wednesday Jun 14 / 11:50AM EDT
Are you tired of the inefficiencies in your software development process? Despite advances in technology, many companies still struggle with a process that results in millions of dollars of waste each year. But what if there was a better way?
Principal Data Scientist @Planview
Senior Product Manager @Planview Flow Methodology
Success Patterns in for building Cyber-Physical Systems with Agile
Wednesday Jun 14 / 01:40PM EDT
Agile practices have empirically shown to increase adaptability, reduce lead times, reduce cost, increase quality, and increase employee morale for small software application teams. Scaled Agile expanded these benefits beyond teams to release trains and solution trains with thousands of people.
Systems Engineering PhD Candidate @Colorado State with over 28 Years in Software Engineering
Building a Culture of Continuous Experimentation
Wednesday Jun 14 / 02:55PM EDT
In a fast-paced, complex and uncertain digital business environment, organizations must evolve to survive.
Principal Consultant @EqualExperts
Unconference: Optimizing Teams for Fast Flow
Wednesday Jun 14 / 04:10PM EDT
What is an unconference? An unconference is a participant-driven meeting. Attendees come together, bringing their challenges and relying on the experience and know-how of their peers for solutions.
Independent Consultant in Agile, Lean, Quality and Continuous Improvement
Bridging Silos and Overcoming Collaboration Antipatterns in Multidisciplinary Organisations
Wednesday Jun 14 / 05:25PM EDT
I’ve noticed an increasingly worrying trend in the industry of specialisation and silos at the expense of collaboration, shared responsibility and valuable outcomes.
Author of Building Successful Communities of Practice, Organizational Consultant, Coach, Trainer and Speaker
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