June 10, 2016

Wicked Problems in Organisational Design

09:00  -  09:45

Talk 45min Balancing deep specialism in individuals and teams against being able to prioritise effectively, balancing commitment based short term goals

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Coaching the Agile organisation

10:00  -  10:45

Talk 50min There’s been a great deal of focus on coaching Agile teams in recent years. But what about the rest

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When conventional Agile coaching doesn’t work: dealing with tired team

11:00  -  11:45

Talk 50min Virtually all Agile coaching techniques assume that people and teams are in normal physical and mental conditions. And

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Avoiding ‘mini-waterfalls’ in agile environments

13:15  -  14:00

Talk 50min Although we all think our teams are highly Agile, and don’t do that nasty old-fashioned ‘Waterfall’ stuff, many teams

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From Rust to Robust-From Iron To Agile Triangle

14:15  -  15:00

Talk 50min The traditional success criteria for project management is how well the ‘Iron’ Triangle i.e. the constraints of scope, time

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Of Dogfights and Developers: John Boyd, Agile and the OODA Loop

15:30  -  16:15

Talk 50min As the best military thinker of the post-war generation, John Boyd devised his own version of the Deming/Shewart Plan/Do/Check/Act

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I’m new here … tips to help new team members become a productive part of the team

16:30  -  17:15

Talk 50min We have all joined a new team, it’s scary right? You feel under productivity, stressed, uncertain, to name but

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