08:15 to 11:00
23 Nov 2017
Please note that this event is fully booked.
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Have you heard about Agile Methodologies and how it is transforming the world of Tech Product Development?
Agile has emerged as a global movement in technology, driven by the discovery that the only way for organizations to cope with today’s turbulent customer-driven marketplace is to become Agile. Agile enables organizations to master continuous change.
It emphasizes close collaboration between development teams and business stakeholders; frequent delivery of business value, tight, self-organizing teams; and smart ways to craft, confirm, and deliver products.
Many frameworks can be used to implement Agile, but Scrum is by far the most popular, earning its popularity due to its simplicity, proven productivity, and ability to act as a wrapper for various engineering and product development practices.
Scrum’s special flavour lies in the commitment to short iterations of work (sprints), which enhance the ability to manage changing priorities and accelerate the time to market for complex products.
Join this session to learn Scrum in a fun exercise where you will be part of a development team building a product using Lego bricks (Yes, Lego bricks!).
A collaborative and creative way to learn the mechanics and benefits of this Agile Framework, you’ll find out for yourself why Scrum is quickly becoming the market standard for Tech Product Development.
This event will start at 8.30am sharp.
About the Speaker:
- Marcus Abila, Practice Manager & Agile Coach @ Maltem Consulting.
Marcus leads Agile Transformation & Continuous Improvement engagements for Maltem Consulting.
With a decade delivering tech products in various domains (Finance, Insurance, Telecom, Internet, Digital Media, E-commerce…), Marcus brings a pragmatic and outcome driven approach for Product Development & Organizational Development challenges.
- Please note that this event is restricted to French Chamber members only -
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