Agile is a Toolkit, it doesn’t have to be a Destination
ABOUT THE EVENT
Agile has crept into the wider sphere of business management and its meaning has broadened.
At one extreme, it’s simply a buzzword that indicates the ability to move quickly and easily. For those who are more purest, Agile does not apply unless every code change can be deployed to live in an instant using the latest automagic wizardry. Most real world projects fit somewhere between these two extremes. We see many of our clients push to ‘become’ Agile but are frustrated when held back by business and technical constraints that are hard to fix.
In this session we shared some stories of where we think clients have been too hard on themselves and similarly where clients ‘are’ Agile yet don’t achieve the benefit.
AS PART OF
An excellent senior technical leader. Chief Engineer in our Scotland office and has a broad experience, across multiple industries and technologies. In the past, has been instrumental in building a Development centre, worked as a Solution & Technical Architect and has, hands on experience having worked his way up from a Development background.
Passionate about realising customer ideas through technology that is simple to use, build and maintain. Over the last 20 years, has worked in various engineering roles and seen first-hand the pilgrimage by software development teams from more traditional waterfall environments to the world of Agile.